Ioana Pârvulescu was born in Braşov in 1960. She graduated from the Faculty of Letters at the University of Bucharest in 1983, establishing herself as a distinct voice within literary circles. Since 1996, she has taught modern literature at the same faculty, her 1999 doctoral thesis entitled Literary Prejudices: Comfortable Options in Interpreting Romanian Literature (Prejudecăţi literare. Opţiuni comode în receptarea literaturii române) earning her a PhD. She has coordinated the series Cartea de pe noptieră (Bedside Book) at Humanitas Publishing House, worked as an editor at the literary journal România literară, and has also translated from French and German several books by Maurice Nadeau, Angelus Silesius and Rainer Maria Rilke. She is a member of the Romanian Writers’ Union and a founder member of the Comparative Literature Society in Romania.
Rights sold to:
- Bulgaria: Perseus Publishing House,
- Croatia: Naklada OceanMore d.o.o.,
- Hungary: Typotex Kiado,
- FYROM: Antolog,
- Sweden: 2244 Förlag.
- Serbia: Heliks.
Viitorul începe luni (Future Begins on Monday)Humanitas, Bucureşti 2012