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Szabolcs is living in a yurt, where he seeks refuge from life’s upheavals in lore and myths, when he collides with a younger generation.
András Dezső investigates the stories of three Hungarian gangsters who defected from 1980s communist Hungary for the Los Angeles underworld.
In this novel excerpt, Krisztina Rita Molnár writes about her mother, raising four children alone, in a two-bedroom apartment in Budapest.
A poem by Slovak poet Michal Habaj, in John Minahane’s translation.
In this essay, translated by Paul Sohar, Hungarian writer Katalin Mezey argues the value of prayer in times of war and the dangers of virtual reality.
In this essay, the award-winning Czech author, journalist, and translator Pavla Horáková considers desire and craving as a source for progress.
Hungarian poet Gábor Gyukics talks about the various influences on his poetry which he encountered over the course of his travels and his work as a translator.
In this short story, schoolboys Dano & Samo try to understand desire in a world dominated by patron saints, party leaders, and Raquel Welch.
In a scene from Flavius’ history, Marcus Atius welcomes a party traveling with the body of Aristobulus seeking honey to preserve the corpse.
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