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Writers' Union of Romania

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Writers' Union of Romania building (Casa Monteoru-Catargi) in Bucharest

The Writers' Union of Romania (Romanian: Uniunea Scriitorilor din România), founded in March 1949, is a professional association of writers in Romania. It also has a subsidiary in Chișinău, Republic of Moldova. The Writers' Union of Romania was created by the communist regime by taking over the former Romanian Writers' Society (Societatea Scriitorilor Români), which had been established in 1908.

The Union organizes the annual Days and Nights of Literature Festival,[1] and the awarding of the prestigious Ovid Prize for Literature.



Tudor Arghezi was honorary president from 1962 to 1967, as was Victor Eftimiu in 1972; Ștefan Augustin Doinaș was chosen for this function in 1990 as well.

Notable members



  1. ^ "A IX-a ediție a Festivalului Internațional "Zile și Nopți de Literatură"". 10 June 2010. Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Vasile Dîncu, propus ministru al Apărării Naționale (fișă biografică)". Agerpres (in Romanian). 23 November 2021.
  3. ^ Șerb, Sorin (8 December 2020). "Liderul AUR Sorin Lavric, dat afară din Uniunea Scriitorilor pentru declarații lui "nocive" pentru democrație". Radio Europa Liberă Moldova (in Romanian).