Romanian Literature

‘Like a glass of vodka infected with blood:’ 2 poems by Angela Marinescu, the matriarch of modern Romanian poetry

‘Like a glass of vodka infected with blood:’ 2 poems by Angela Marinescu, the matriarch of modern Romanian poetry

9 books on the Carpathians, from political satire to mythical tales

9 books on the Carpathians, from political satire to mythical tales

‘A writer should express the human condition on every page:’ Romanian literary star Mircea Cărtărescu on life, literature and success

‘A writer should express the human condition on every page:’ Romanian literary star Mircea Cărtărescu on life, literature and success

‘A feminist in my own way:’ Romanian writer Magda Cârneci on her novel FEM

‘A feminist in my own way:’ Romanian writer Magda Cârneci on her novel FEM

Two Jewish writers captured the spirit of interwar Romania. What can they teach us about the rise of fascism?

Two Jewish writers captured the spirit of interwar Romania. What can they teach us about the rise of fascism?

‘My father understood the human soul’: remembering the Jewish-Romanian author whose Holocaust stories continue to inspire compassion

‘My father understood the human soul’: remembering the Jewish-Romanian author whose Holocaust stories continue to inspire compassion

Polyphonic: watch Romania's best contemporary poetry come to life

Polyphonic: watch Romania’s best contemporary poetry come to life