“I sit between warmth and cold never knowing which is my territory, domesticated as I am by human warmth and the peck peck of my keyboard?”
Born and raised in Romania, Roxana Cazan is an MFA student in Creative Writing and a PhD student in Ethnic and Postcolonial Studies at Indiana University. Her poetry has been published in Harpur Palate, Sweaterbrain, Giles Corey Press, Stationaery Magazine, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Warpland Journal, Muse India and The Madison Review.
Her translation of Matei Visniec’s one act play, “Teeth” appeared in Sojourn Journal and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
Cazan reads her poems “The Fish” and “Poem with Candy” on this edition of The Poets Weave.