Catalin Mihuleac made his debut as a writer in 1995, with the short story “The Matilda University”, published in Timpul magazine. He went on to publish a collection of short stories titled Memorial Bedsit (Masina de scris, 1996; 2nd edition, Timpul, 2005); the novel The Disappearance of the City of Jassy (Institutul European, 1998; 2nd edition, Timpul, 2007); Unspecified Title (short stories, Polirom, 1999); Steppe Bar (short prose, Timpul, 2001); Good Night, Moron! (short prose, Cronica, 2003); Four Transition Pieces (theatre, Princeps Edit, 2003); Dud Setter (short prose, Polirom, 2004); Ten Multilaterally Developed Stories (short prose, Cartea Romaneasca, 2010). He is a highly rated playwright and productions of his work have been staged in a number of theatres around the country. In 2008 he was awarded a Doctorate in Philology by the Al. I. Cuza University in Jassy. He is a member of the Jassy branch of the Union of Romanian Writers.