Erika Mihálycsa, Lecturer, Faculty of Letters, Department of English, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania, teaches twentieth- and twenty-first-century British and Irish fiction. She has published extensively on Joyce’s and Beckett’s language poetics, Beckett and the visual arts, Joyce in translation; her articles and reviews appeared in Word and Image, Textual Practice, Joyce Studies Annual, European Joyce Studies, and HJEAS (2009.2, 2011.1, 2013.1, 2015.1, and 2018.2). She co-edited with Jolanta Wawrzycka a volume on retranslating Joyce for the twenty-first century (forthcoming from Rodopi/Brill, 2020). A translator between English and Hungarian, she translated Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds (with Gábor Csizmadia), as well as a handful of contemporary Hungarian authors into English. Together with Rainer J. Hanshe she is editor of the biannual online literary and arts magazine HYPERION–On the Future of Aesthetics, issued by Contra Mundum Press (New York).