Erika Mihálycsa is Associate Professor at the Department of English at Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj, where she teaches modern and contemporary British and Irish literature. Her recent publications include “A wretchedness to defend”: Reading Beckett’s Letters (2022) and the co-edited volume Retranslating Joyce for the 21st Century (Brill, 2020). Her articles and reviews on Joyce’s and Beckett’s language poetics, Joyce in translation, Beckett and the visual arts, various aspects of Anglophone and European literary and visual modernism have appeared in Word and Image, Joyce Studies Annual, European Joyce Studies, James Joyce Quarterly. She edited Rareș Moldovan’s new Romanian translation of Joyce’s Ulysses (2022) and has translated fiction by Beckett, Flann O’Brien, Patrick McCabe and others into Hungarian, and a handful of modern and contemporary Hungarian authors into English. She co-edits the literary and arts journal HYPERION: On the Future of Aesthetics (New York: Contra Mundum), and serves as one of the editors of European Joyce Studies (Brill).