Carla Baricz is Senior Editor for the Marginalia Review of Books and a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department at Yale University. She has worked at Words Without Borders and The New Yorker and is the assistant editor and translator of Romanian Writers on Writing (Trinity University Press, 2011). Her articles, reviews, poems, and translations have appeared in publications such as World Literature Today, the L.A. Review of Books, National Translation Month, Words Without Borders, Observator Cultural, Magyar Lettre Internationale, Romanian Writing, Apostrof, Alpha, Foothill, and Euphony: Poetry and Prose at the University of Chicago as well as in collections such as Rumba Under Fire: The Arts of Survival From West Point to Delhi and The Fifth Impossibility: Essays on Exile and Language. Currently, she is preparing a translation and critical edition of Ion Budai-Deleanu’s Ţiganiada, Romania’s earliest known verse epic, a project sponsored in part by the United States Fulbright Program. She lives in Prague, where she teaches English and runs the senior thesis program at a preparatory school.