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Carmen Bugan is the author of the collection of poetry Crossing the Carpathians. Her work has been published in Harvard Review, the Times Literary Supplement, and Modern Poetry in Translation.
Carmen's story is deeply meaningful and lovingly written. Although much of her early life was wrecked by a totalitarian regime I envied how close her family was especially what... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kim Hogan
A charming and informative piece about life in communist Romania.Published 4 months ago by Philip G. Eidelberg
"Burying the Typewriter" is a fascinating memoir that gives a very interesting insider's view of growing up as the daughter of a political dissident in communist Romania. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NoWireHangers
I bought this book because I considered entering a contest judged by this author who was unknown to me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Nichols
Poetic language which conveys the idyllic childhood of the author. I found it hard to put down and had a sense of loss when I'd finished reading it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shirley Schmidli
I heard a conversation with the author and storyline appealed to me because I love memoirs, and I thought it would be interesting to learn about Romania, a country with which I... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Muriel Brathwaite
I choose this book for my book club. A true story that happened in our lifetime.
Will Carmen do a follow-up of what life is like in Michigan?