47 Poems (Texas Tech University Press, 1992) won the prestigious ALTA Richard Wilbur Poetry in Translation Prize.

Romania, a Country at the Crossroads, a TV documentary by Flavia Cosma, won the Canadian Scene National Award (1992).

Flavia was awarded the Primer Premio - Paz en el Mundo Competition 2005, Bilingual Writers MCA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the poem The Season Of Love.

Flavia was nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize with poems from Leaves of a Diary (2006), The Season of Love (2008), and Thus Spoke The Sea (2008).

Honorable Mention Award from The Ontario Poetry Society - Open Heart Competition 2007, for the poem Cradle-Song.

Flavia Cosma was awarded Third Prize in the John Dryden Translation Competition 2007, for co-translating In The Arms of The Father, poems by Flavia Cosma (British Comparative Literature Association & British Literary Translation Centre)

Flavia Cosma's Songs at the Aegean Sea made the Short List in the Canadian Aid Literary Awards Contest, Dec. 2007.

Flavia Cosma was listed as a finalist in the Sexto Certamen Internacional de Poesia "La Lectora Impatiente" Gandia- Valencia, Spain, 2008, with her poems Dance (Danza), You're not a Tiger (No se es un tigro), Don't Speak (No Hables), and Resurrection (Resurreccion)

Flavia Cosma received the Title of Excellence for outstanding contribution in the promotion and enrichment of the Romanian culture within the European region and throughout the world, awarded by The International Festival “Lucian Blaga”, XXIX edition, Sebeş-Alba, Romania, 2009

Flavia Cosma received the title of Honorary Member of Casa del Poeta Peruana and was decorated with The Golden Medal at the III International Poetry Festival in Huari, Peru, September 2010, for her poetry and her work as an international cultural promoter.