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Zoltan Mihaly Nagy | Hungary

(b. 1949 in Muzhijevo/Nagymuzsaly) –  poet, prose writer, editor and one of the most important representatives of Hungarian literature in Transcarpathian Ukraine. He received The Attila József Prize (2005) and The Sandor Marai Prize (2021). He made his debut with the poetry collection “Dolgok igézetében (1983). He became known in Hungary with “A sátán fattya” (1991), and continued with Tölgyek alkonya” (1996) and “A teremtés legnehezebb napja” (2004). He lives in Popovo / Csonkapapi on the Ukrainian/Hungarian border.

a black and white portrait of the writer

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