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Krisztina Tóth

Portrait of writer Krisztina Tóth
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Krisztina Tóth

Krisztina Tóth (1967) is one of Hungary’s most highly acclaimed poets and writers. She has published many volumes of poetry, several collections of short stories and children’s books, and a novel, Aquarium, which figured on the shortlist of the German Internationaler Literaturpreis in 2015. Tóth is the winner of many prestigious awards, her works having been translated into more than ten languages. Her short story collection Pixel is forthcoming in English (Seagull Books). She lives in Budapest where, apart from writing, she leads seminars on creative writing. She is a noted translator of literary fiction, children’s literature and song lyrics from French. Visit her website here.

Articles by Krisztina Tóth

The Tongue’s Story
By Krisztina Tóth
It’s because we don’t speak their language. That’s why they’re defiling our food.
Translated from Hungarian by Owen Good
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