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Oana Avasilichioaei

Oana

Oana Avasilichioaei is a poet and translator whose work explores history, geography, public space, textual architecture, multilingualism, translation, textual and collaborative performance, and who transformed the landscape of Vancouver’s Hastings Park into an acclaimed book of poems, feria: a poempark (Wolsak & Wynn, 2008). She has translated Nichita Stanescu from Romanian, published as Occupational Sickness (BuschekBooks, 2006), created visual textworks for galleries in Montreal and Vancouver, and has performed her work in Canada, USA, Mexico and Europe. She recently collaborated with Erín Moure on Expeditions of a Chimæra (BookThug, 2009), a dialogic work exploring the boundaries between author/translator and original/copy. The Islands, a translation of Les Îles by Quebecoise poet Louise Cotnoir, was published by Wolsak and Wynn in 2011 and We, Beasts, Avasilichioaei’s newest poetry collection came out in 2012.

Books by Oana Avasilichioaei

Abandon_web Abandon

Chimera Expeditions of a Chimera

We_beasts_cover We, Beasts

Limbinal Limbinal

Books translated by Oana Avasilichioaei

Islands The Islands

The_thought_house_of_philippa The Thought House of Philippa

Universal-bureau-of-copyrights-cover-510 Universal Bureau of Copyrights

Readopolis-bertrand-laverdure-cover-510 Readopolis

English

Canadian

1977

Romania