EUGENIA ȚARĂLUNGĂ (b. 1967, Bucharest) is a poet and has been working as a book editor at the Romanian Literature Museum Publishing House since 2005. She is also a collaborator at Viața românească magazine since January 2005, the author of the column “Breviar editorial” and a member of Pen Club Romania since 2014 (a censor at Pen Club Romania since 2016). Her published volumes are: mici unități de percepție. (critical references: Al. Cistelecan, Ioan Es. Pop; Romanian Literature Museum Publishing House, Bucharest, 2002 – The Writersʼ Union of Romania Debut Award granted by the Laurențiu Ulici Foundation); biu. (preface: Ruxandra Cesereanu; Editura Limes, Cluj-Napoca, 2010, nomination for the ASB Award); rabatabil la cerere. (critical references: Acad. Basarab Nicolescu, Nora Iuga, Simona Popescu, Constantin Abăluță; Tracus Arte Publishing House, Bucharest, 2014, The Romanian Writersʼ Union Award, Bucharest, The Book of the Year Award 2014 – the Poetry Section). Other awards: the “Steaua” Magazine Award at the “George Coşbuc” National Competition, 2002; honorable mention at the “Arthur Rimbaud” Competition organized by The French Embassy, 1991. Sorted poems translated into Italian by Geo Vasile; into Albanian by Ardian Kuciuk; into Serb by Miljurko Vucadinovic; into Catalan by Perre Besó.