Adam J. Sorkin is a prize-winning translator of contemporary Romanian literature whose work has appeared in Connotation Press before. In 2011, he published Liliana Ursu’s A Path to the Sea, Ioan Flora’s Medea and Her War Machines, Ion Mureșan’s The Book of Winter and Other Poems, and The Vanishing Point That Whistles: An Anthology of Contemporary Romanian Poetry, all with co-translators. In 2012, two chapbooks appeared, Dan Sociu’s Mouths Dry with Hatred and Ioan Flora’s The Flying Head.
Cristina Hanganu-Bresch is an Assistant Professor in the Writing Programs at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
Radu Surdulescu is Professor of English and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Bucharest, teaching critical theory, anthropology and literature. He has also held visiting lectureships at Université Libre de Bruxelles and Duke University.
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