Angela Marinescu was born in 1941, in Arad. Afflicted with a severe form of consumption between 15 and 26 years of age, she decided to study medicine and psychology. First poems published in „Tribuna” review in Cluj, 1965 and first volume (Blue Blooded) published in 1969. 13 volumes published so far, mostly poetry, amongst which The Cock Has Hidden in the Cut (1996), and Postmodern Fugues (2000). She also published a volume of essays, The Village Where I Used to Walk with a Shaved Head, in 1996. Winner of several literay awards, such as Nichita Stănescu Award (in 1990), and Writer’s Union Award (in 2000). In September 2006 she was awarded the „Mihai Eminescu” National Poetry Award for opera omnia, during a festivity held at the Drama Theatre in Botoșani. She published more than 15 volumes of poems. The most recent ones are: Birds in the Sky Scream, Casa de pariuri literare, 2021, Diary written in The third Part of The Day. Soldier. Shadows of The Past on The Battlefield, Fractalia Publishers, 2019, The Rooster hid in The Cut (1996), Postmodern Runaways (2000), I’m Eating My Lyrics (2003), The Language of Disappearance (2006), Ridiculous Final Events (2006) and Personal Problems (2009). Angela Marinescu refused the Bucharest Writers’ Association Award in 1981. She has been awarded numerous awards, including the Nichita Stănescu Award in 1990 and the Writers’ Union Award in 2000, the “Mihai Eminescu” National Poetry Award for Opera Omnia in 2006, and the volume Diary written in the third part of the day. SOLDIER. Traces of the Past on the Battlefield was recognized as the 2019 Book of the Year.