György Faludy had one of, if not the most adventurous lives of any 20th century Hungarian poet.
Born in the Romanian city of Târgu Mureș in 1968 before moving to Hungary in 1984, Attila Bartis is one of the most versatile creators in contemporary Hungarian literature. He is a writer, photographer and playwright, and one of the best in every genre. For many years, he lived and worked on the Island of Java.
Libri Publishers founded the Libri Literary Prize in 2016. It has since developed into one of the most prestigious and well-respected literary awards in Hungary. The prize is awarded for the best literary and non-fiction books of the previous year with the aim of promoting outstanding works of contemporary Hungarian literature.
László Darvasi became one of the most definitive writers of contemporary Hungarian prose by writing about the same topics from the very beginning: the great themes of love, death, forgiveness, ruin, sin, morality and perseverance all return again and again in his short stories, novels, essays and plays, not to mention in his personal, inimitable storybooks written for children.
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