Bio: Born a couple of months before the Romanian Revolution, Alex Ciorogar is a Teaching Assistant at Babeș-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). Although he usually writes book reviews and articles for various literary magazines and journals, he also coedited several volumes of critical analysis. Having signed studies published in collective works, he participated in a number of national and international conferences. His current research interests include, but are not limited to Contemporary Literary Theory, English Romanticism, Academic Writing, Hermeneutics, and Authorship Studies. "Beyond Print and Invisibility. «Translatorship» in the Age of Digital Globalization” in Maria Sass, Vlad Pojoga, Ștefan Baghiu (eds.), The Culture of Translation in Romania/ Übersetzungskultur und Literaturübersetzen in Rumänien, Peter Lang Publishing Group, Bern, 2018 is hist most recent publication.