“I could not give a clear resolution. I did not intend to do so. I did not consider myself a judge.” Zoltán Böszörményi, The Missing Slate’s Author of the Month for March, talks to Constance A. Dunn.Read More
Zoltán Böszörményi, a Romanian-Hungarian writer, has been widely published as a novelist and poet. Most recently he was honored with the Attila József Prize as well as the Gundel Art Award for his novel, ‘The Night is a Soft Body’.
Original Hungarian text of Zoltán Böszörményi’s ‘The Investigation’.Read More
“Promised me the world, he wanted me so bad. Yulish, you’re going to have a good life with me, that’s what he said. You don’t need the village. You’re going to like it better in the mountains, as long as the Good Lord keeps me in good health. I make enough money to raise ten kids. Now you see, it’s come to nothing.” Story of the Week (March 27), by Zoltán Böszörményi. Translated from Hungarian by Paul Sohar.Read More