Well-known and less-known Hungarian cultural figures of the female sex elaborate their notions of female body experience across various styles from short fiction to intellectual autobiography, memoir, blog-diary, life-narrative, or hip-hop text.
"These poems, inspired by
paintings, are in no way interpretations of paintings. They are, rather,
interpretations of existence, like the poem about Boudin. Nothing
happens; the wind lifts a scarf, that sort of thing. But in the meantime
there is a whole drama about the meaning of life. How free are we? To
what extent are the unhappy guilty?" (Extract from an interview with Péter Kántor)
We've called on contemporary authors to write modern fables of up to 500 words. The protagonists are animals – real or imaginary – and represent in their character, behaviour and deeds the figures, situations or the absurdities typical of present-day Hungarian society.