11. 13. 2016. 09:09

Two Hungarian women writers featured in this month's World Literature Today

Zsuzsa Takács and Zsuzsa Selyem both feature in the "Women Writers" issue of World Literature Today, translated by Erika Mihálycsa.

Two Hungarian authors, Zsuzsa Takács, and Zsuzsa Selyem are featured in November's "Women Writers" issue of World Literature Today magazine, in Erika Mihálycsa's translation.

Zsuzsa Selyem's piece "Danube 1954", narrated by a philosophical cat on the shores of the river, is available here. While Zsuzsa Takács takes us on a surreal winter tram ride through Budapest here.

Mark Baczoni

Tags: Erika Mihálycsa, Hungarian Women Writers, Zsuzsa Selyem, Zsuzsa Takács, World Literature Today, Women writers