Romanian Women Voices in North America / Ep. 2: Domnica Rădulescu and Mihaela Moscaliuc

Updated: 4 days ago

Women writers dominate the literature written by Romanians in North America. Our literary series, turning the spotlight on this phenomenal wave of creativity, organized in partnership with Denver-based Bucharest Inside the Beltway, brings together the largest group of Romanian-American and Romanian-Canadian women writers we have ever assembled in the cyberspace. The program, co-curated with author and academic Cristina A. Bejan, offers a series of readings full of passion, truth and skill to match a time of tumult and reinvention.

The second episode features poet and academic Mihaela Moscaliuc and novelist and playwright Domnica Rădulescu.

MIHAELA MOSCALIUC is Associate Professor of English at Monmouth University (New Jersey) and a poetry & translation mentor in the low-residency M.F.A. program at Drew University (New Jersey). Mihaela Moscaliuc has received two Glenna Luschei Awards from Prairie Schooner, residency fellowships from The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, MacDowell Colony, and Le Chateau de Lavigny (Switzerland), an Individual Artist Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and a Fulbright fellowship to Romania. More on https://www.mmoscaliuc.com/


DOMNICA RĂDULESCU is  Distinguished Service Professor of Comparative Literature at Washington and Lee University. She is the author of three critically acclaimed and best-selling novels, _Train to Trieste_ (Knopf 2008 &2009), _Black Sea Twilight_ (Transworld 2011 & 2012) and _Country of Red Azaleas_ (Hachette 2016) and of award-winning plays. _Train to Trieste _has been published in thirteen languages and is the winner of the 2009 Library of Virginia Fiction Award. Domnica Rădulescu is twice a Fulbright scholar and the founding director of the National Symposium of Theater in Academe. More on http://www.domnicaradulescu.com/



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