You can count on one hand the living, poets who are represented with more than one poem in the volume Testament – 400 Years of Romanian Poetry (authors Daniel Ionita – with Daniel Reynaud, Adriana Paul and Eva Foster – Minerva Publishing – 2019). Camelia Radulian is one of them.
Her lyrical voice is as good as it gets, and she has her compass bearing on the true North of poetry. Not for her the petulant, the bitter, the revenge seeking, the frustrated, or the overly-political.
A real poetical voice, her poems grab you and they hold you, and you do not want to go anywhere. Sursa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d2aPdgstUQ