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Owen Good

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Owen Good

Owen Good (1989) is a Northern Irish translator living in Budapest. He began translating Hungarian fiction and poetry while studying at University College London, where he majored in Hungarian studies. His translations have been published in The Best European Fiction (2016), Asymptote, Hévíz, and Hungarian Review.

Articles by Owen Good

A Body of Text: On Translating Krisztina Tóth
By Owen Good
Owen Good’s translation of Krisztina Tóth’s “The Tongue’s Story” appears in the March 2018 issue: Charged with Humanity: Six Hungarian Women Writers.A Body of…
Woman Striker Has Killer Left Foot
By Réka Mán-Várhegyi
One sweltering summer morning, I wake up to find I’m Lionel Messi.
Translated from Hungarian by Owen Good
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Moonlight Faces
By Kinga Tóth
it can end whenever, wherever.
Translated from Hungarian by Kinga Tóth & Owen Good
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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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