Miruna Vlada is a poet and cultural facilitator. He was born at 17.08.1986 in Bucharest.
After attending the poetry circles of the generation as a student 2000 and formed at the Euridice cenacle of the Romanian Writers' Union, coordinated by the writer Marin Mincu, debuted at 18 years with the volume Poem extrauterine, the Parallel publishing 45, with a presentation of the poet Angela Marinescu and a preface by Octavian Soviany.
Her debut was nominated for several literature awards in the country and raised much controversy among literary critics of "female" poetry and frustrated language., which describes a wide range of intimate and traumatic experiences.
In the 2004 published in the journal Paradigm "Extrauterine Manifesto". critic Alexandru Matei it concluded - "Miruna Vlada's poetry is radical".
In the 2007 publish to Cartea Românească-Polirom Publishing House the second volume of poetry, Break between veins, which also contains a CD with poems in the author's reading. It is included in the anthologies with the most important young poets in Romania.
In parallel with his work as a poet, Peaceful Government he also carried out numerous activities for organizing cultural events - he moderated poetry readings, book launches in unconventional spaces, debates about poetry, experience inter-art.
She was involved in organizing the first two editions of National Poetry Book Fair (TNCP) at the National Museum of Literature in Romania (from 2010) and in a unique series of wine tasting events, jazz music and public poetry readings.
Selections from her poems have been translated into English, French, Spanish, celebrate, German and Polish. He has participated in international public readings in Austria, UK, Belgium, Germany.
Between 2012 and 2014 moderated the cultural show ”Romanian letters” on Activefem.ro radio 92,7 FM. She is a member of Contemporary Cultural Identity Association (AICC) http://www.aiccromania.org and from 2015 moderates and organizes cultural events in Conceptual Lab (www.mixofideas.ro).
In 2014, marking 10 years after his literary debut he published a volume of poetry Bosnia.Party the publishing house The Romanian Book for which she was nominated as Young Poet of the Year at the Young Writers Gala on 2014 and at the Cultural Observatory Awards for Best Poetry Book of the Year 2014.
The volume received the Poetry Book of the Year Award 2014 at the Radio Romania Cultural Awards gala.
In 2016 received the Traduki Scholarship in Sarajevo for translators and writers from South Eastern Europe, after which the volume "Bosnia.Partaj" will be translated into Bosnian.
At present, he is preparing a novel.
Break between veins
Chronicles on blogs
• Bogdan Federeac
• Notes from the underground, Teodora Coman
• Zum reader
• Florin Dochia
• Dan Liviu Boeriu
• What I read before
• Felix Nicolau, Evening Star
• Rita Chrian, Culture
• Mihai Iovanel, Gandul newspaper
• Lucia Simona Dinescu, The cultural observatory
• Violet Smoke, Ateneu Magazine, Bacau
• Vasile Dan, Arca Magazine , Arad
• Mihai Vieru, Tomis Magazine, Constant
Poemextrauterine – debut
• Alexandru Matei - Cultural Observatory
• Gelu Dorian - Literary Conversations
• Emanuela Ilie, Poetry Magazine
Super negative chronicles
• Bogdan Alexandru Stanescu - The financial newspaper
• Marius Suleac - Agony - chronicle of the upper room
• Iolanda Malamen - Ziua newspaper, May 2006
• Eugen Bunaru, Orizont magazine, May 2008
• Andra Rotaru, Book agency, September 2010