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János Háy

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János Háy

János Háy (b. 1960) is a popular short-story writer, poet, essayist, and playwright. He has published fourteen volumes of prose, poetry, and plays at last count. Occasional actor and artist, he is the illustrator of his own books. He is also one of the founders of Palatinus Books, Budapest. The short piece “Lou’s Last Letter to Feri’s Wife” is taken from the short story anthology Házasságon innen és túl (Marriage Seen Inside and Out, Magvető, 2007).

Articles by János Háy

Lou’s Last Letter to Feri’s Wife
By János Háy
Don’t go telling me what you told me Christine, ‘cause I’m not buying it, the thing about Feri going to T-Mobile and having them tap the voice mail on your cell phone.
Translated from Hungarian by Judith Sollosy
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