15 February 1999 Dissident writer and journalist Dorin Tudoran’s collection of personal and political essays and interviews, Kakistocratia, is a vibrant portrait of the man and his times. Tudoran left Romania in 1985, pledging to give up writing poetry. Luckily for the reader, he continued journalism and still writes columns for Romanian magazines, although he […]

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