Doina Ruști

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Doina Ruşti

Doina Ruşti (b. 15 February 1959[1]) is a contemporary Romanian novelist.

Ruşti lives in Bucharest. She is a university film professor, film writer and specialist in symbology. She has been translated into Italian, Bulgarian, Spanish, Hungarian, French, English and German.[2]

Public lectures[edit]

Budapesta, Viena, Plovdiv, Torino, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Moscova, Roma, Granada, Berlin, Düsseldorf.[3]

Novels[edit]

  • "Zogru", ed a II-a, Polirom, Top 10+, 2013
  • "Mămica la două albăstrele", Ed Polirom, 2013
  • Patru bărbaţi plus Aurelius (Four men plus Aurelius), Ed. Polirom, 2011
  • Cămaşa în carouri (The checkered shirt and 10 other episodes from Bucharest), a narative puzzle, Ed. Polirom, 2010
  • Lizoanca la 11 ani (Lizoanca at the Age of Eleven), Ed. Trei, 2009
  • Fantoma din moară (The Ghost in the Mill), Ed. Polirom, 2008.
  • Zogru, Ed. Polirom, Iaşi, 2006, ed a II/a, 2013 Bulgarian translation Ed. Balkani, Sofia, 2008 (transl. Vasilka Alexova). Italian translation Ed. Bonanno, Roma, 2010 (transl. Roberto Merlo).
  • Omuleţul roşu (The Little Red Man), Ed. Vremea, Bucharest, 2004.

Translated work[edit]

  • "Lisoanca", Rediviva Ed., Milano, 2013
  • "Lizoanca" (trans Jan Cornelius), Horlemann Verlag, Berlin, 2013
  • "L'omino rosso", Nikita Editore, Firenze, 2012
  • Bill Cinton's Hand, in Bucharest Tales, New Europe Writers, 2011 (coord:A. Fincham, J. G Coon, John a'Beckett)[4]
  • I miei ginecologi, in Compagne di viaggio, Sandro Teti Editore, 2011 (coord Radu Pavel Gheo, Dan Lungu)[5]
  • Zogru (transl. Roberto Merlo), Ed. Bonanno, Roma, 2010[6]
  • The Little Red Man (transl. Roberto Merlo) in Il romanzo romeno contemporaneo (coord Nicoleta Nesu) Ed. Bagatto Libri, Roma, 2010
  • Cristian (transl. in fr. Linda Maria Baros), rev Le Bateau Fantôme, no. 8, 2009, Ed. Mathieu Hilfiger[7]
  • Zogru (transl. Vasilka Alexova), Ed. Balkani, 2008
  • Cristian - Nagyvilag (transl. Noémi László), Budapesta, Sept. 2010
  • The Winner - Nagyvilag (transl. Noémi László), Budapesta, Sept. 2010 etc.

Anthologies (fiction)[edit]

  • Ochelarii de fum (Smoke glasses), Ed. Cartex, 2011
  • Care-i faza cu cititul (My First Book), Ed. Art, 2010 (coord. Florentina Sânmihăian şi Liviu Papadima)
  • Bookataria de texte şi imagini (Bookataria of texts and images), The Illustrators Club, 2009 (coord. Florin Bican), illustrated anthology.
  • Domnul deputat se prăbuşeşte (Mr Deputy crumbling). Nine political unpublished short stories, Ed. Tritonic, 2009 (coord. Horia Gârbea)
  • Farse, lacrimi şi o găleată de sânge (Farces, tears and a bucket of blood), Ed. Limes, 2008
  • Scriitori pe Calea Regală, (The writers to Royal Way), Brumar 2008
  • Poveşti erotice (Erotic Tales), Ed. Trei, Bucharest, 2007 (the story Tits)
  • Basme şi povestiri mistice româneşti, repovestite (Romanian Fairy Stories and Mystic Tales, Retold), (five tales: "The Lucky Killer", "The Red Man", "The Beautiful Girls", Magdalena and Axinte The Flight and "The Wizard"), Ed. Paralela 45, Piteşti, 2007
  • Zogru (frag.) in 11 books contemporary Romanian prose, Ed. Polirom, Iaşi, 2006, trad. Alistair Ian Blyth[8]

Literary prizes[edit]

  • The Romanian Academy's Ion Creangă Prize for the novel "Lizoanca at the Age of Eleven", 2009[9]
  • The Prize of the Writers Union of Romania for the novel "The Ghost in the Mill", 2008[10]
  • The Golden Medal of Schitul Darvari, for literary activity. 2008
  • The Prize of the Bucharest Writers Association for the novel "Zogru", 2007[11]
  • Convorbiri literare review Prize for Prose, 2006
  • The Ad Visum Prize for the novel Omuleţul roşu (The Little Red Man), 2005

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