“For me, art is interested in discovering more and more connections between the different phenomena of life.” Zsuzsa Selyem, our June Author of the Month, talks to Rushda Rafeek.Read More
Zsuzsa Selyem is regarded as one of the most original voices of mid-generation Hungarian experimental writing. She is a critic, novelist, poet, translator, and academic. To date, her work comprises two volumes of short stories and four volumes of criticism. Her stories have been translated into German and English, and can be read via Hungarian Literature Online.
“A nightmare that will end well. László Luka was hoping for this.” Story of the Week (June 24), by Zsuzsa Selyem. Translated from Hungarian by Erika Mihálycsa.Read More
Original Hungarian text of Zsuzsa Selyem’s ‘Hunt 1947’.Read More
“Who am I to praise you? When I was on my way to you the train went up in flames…” Story of the Week (August 8), by Zsuzsa Selyem. Translated from Hungarian by Erika Mihálycsa.Read More