Dan Lungu, in dialogue at the Passa Porta International Festival of Literature
Dan Lungu, one of the most known contemporary Romanian writer will take part at the fifth edition of the Passa Porta International Festival of Literature, in Bruxelles. Sunday, 29.03.2015, 13.oo-14.oo, Dan Lungu and... read more
Romania, guest of honour at the Sofia International Bookfair, 2014
Romania is the guest of honour at the Sofia International Bookfair, held in the National Palace of Culture on December 9–14, 2014. The following Romanian writers published by Polirom or Cartea romaneasca are... read more
They exchange all kinds of lewd remarks, thus mocking the prisoners who are at the height of despair. They pretend not to hear the groans and shouts of agony from the ‘goods’ they are transporting and which they call ‘herring.’ After the locomotive refills with water and coal, the train sets off. And so it happens again, at every stop. Withdrawn in their compartments, the soldiers eat herrings, olives and even Manchurian caviar.