MIHAELA STANCIU (b. 1979, Bucharest) has a master degree in The Theory and Practice of Editing, the Faculty of Letters – University of Bucharest, and a PhD in Philology from the same institution. She was a University assistant for the Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest – the Department of Foreign Languages and Communication (DFLC). She attended many international conferences and wrote articles for journals of literary studies, scientific reviews etc. She is the author of many poems, chronicles, interviews and other articles for the following journals: Punctum, Historia, Manuscripum, Sintagme Literare, Dilema veche, Scriptor, Timpul. She also published the literary history study Hortensia Papadat‑Bengescu în oglinda prozei de tinerețe (Hortensia Papadat-Bengescu Mirrored by Her Youth Prose, Pro Universitaria Publishing House, Bucharest, 2015), the course book Noțiuni de limbaj tehnic pe înțelesul străinilor (Technical Language for Foreign Students, Pro Universitaria Publishing House, Bucharest, 2016) and the poetry book Azi cînt jazz (Today I’m Singing Jazz, Casa de Pariuri Literare Publishing House, Bucharest, 2016). She is now a curator at the National Museum of Romanian Literature.