Adam J. Sorkin

Adam J. Sorkin recent books of translation include Memory Glyphs, a volume of three Romanian prose poets (Twisted Spoon, 2009); Ruxandra Cesereanu’s Crusader Woman, translated mainly with Cesereanu (Black Widow Press, 2008); Magda Cârneci’s Chaosmos, with Cârneci (White Pine Press, 2006); and Mariana Marin’s Paper Children, with various collaborators (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2006).  He was Regional Editor for Romania and Moldova of the recent New European Poets (Graywolf, 2008).


In the morning I wake up with fear of life

The way home is no longer the way home.

When I Suck Your Nipples