SÁNDOR REMÉNYIK (Kolozsvár/Cluj-Napoca 1890–Kolozsvár/Cluj-Napoca 1941) was a Hungarian poet. After graduating from high school in Kolozsvár, he began studying to become a lawyer until an eye disease ended his aspirations. He continued his studies at the Royal Hungarian Franz Joseph University in Kolozsvár, but did not pursue a degree. From 1921 on he was the Editor-in-Chief of Pásztortűz, a significant journal of Transylvanian prose and poetry. His first collections of poetry Fagyöngyök [Mistletoes], Mindhalálig [Until Death] and Végvári versek [Végvári poems] were published between 1918 and 1921. He received the Baumgarten Award in 1937 and in 1941, and the Corvin Chain Award in 1940. His poems were translated into English, French, Croatian, German, Italian, Swedish and Czech.