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György Dragomán

Portrait of writer György Dragomán
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György Dragomán

Novelist and translator György Dragomán was born in Transylvania in 1973 and moved to Hungary when he was fifteen. His first novel, The White King, has been translated into more than thirty languages and went on to win the Sandor Márai Prize and the Jan Michaelski Prize. Dragomán lives in Budapest with his wife and two children.

Articles by György Dragomán

The Guest
By György Dragomán
György Dragomán's The Bone Fire, a Gothic novel about an orphan who's adopted by her mysterious grandmother, is out this week with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. In the excerpt…
Translated by Ottilie Mulzet
By György Dragomán
The bears are tame, I broke them in myself.
Translated from Hungarian by Paul Olchváry