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Edina Szvoren

Portrait of writer Edina Szvoren
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Edina Szvoren

Edina Szvoren (1974) is a short-story writer who lives in Budapest, and teaches music theory and solfeggio. She received the European Union Prize for Literature in 2015 for her collection of short stories Nincs, és ne is legyen (There Is None, Nor Let There Be, 2012). In a recent survey conducted by the literary journal Jelenkor, Szvoren’s 2010 collection Pertu (On Intimate Terms, 2010) was voted the second best short story collection in Hungary in the last thirty years, with her other two collections also figuring on the list of thirty best collections.

Articles by Edina Szvoren

Working Name: Person
By Edina Szvoren
My parents know more about the Qahatika Indians than about my son.
Translated from Hungarian by Jim Tucker
Multilingual
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