12. 01. 2017. 16:25

Brody Lit Night – Dénes Krusovszky

Join us once more on Tuesday 12th December from 8 p.m. for our last Hungarian Literature Online and Brody Studios Lit Night of 2017, when we'll be in conversation with the poet Dénes Krusovszky.

Each month, we bring you readings and discussions with a range of contemporary Hungarian authors, poets, and translators in a warm atmosphere, tailored to an English-speaking audience. Our guests this year included György Dragomán, Ádám Nádasdy, Péter Závada, David Szalay, Zsófia Bán and Benedek Totth. Held on the second Tuesday of each month, each Lit Night features a discussion, readings of our guests' work in English, and plenty of scope for contributions from the audience.

The next event will be at 8 p. m. on Tuesday 12 December at Brody Studios


Dénes Krusovszky

Photo: MTI/ Czimbal Gyula

Dénes Krusovszky is an award-winning poet, one of the youngest winners of the prestigious József Attila prize, and the author of several volumes of poetry, short stories, essays and more. He is also the editor of the website Versum, focusing on poetry and translation.

Krusovszky will be in conversation with HLO co-editor Mark Baczoni, and the evening will include readings from both his poetry and prose.

We look forward to seeing you all there!


Event schedule:
18.00 Doors open
20.00 Discussion starts


Entrance fee:
Members: 1000 HUF | Guests: 1500 HUF


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