László Garaczi: Smr aneb cokoli chceteWriter, poet and translator. He was born in 1956 in Budapest where he also graduated first of all in Education Studies and later in Philosophy. He tried a colourful variety of employments such as basket maker, bookshop assistant or an analyst of sociological data. He has been freelance since 1982. In relation to his poetry and prosaic efforts he is characteristic in his use of experimental language forms. His first collection of short stories was published in 1985. Other than this he also published poetry, drama plays and scripts. His pieces of work were translated into English, German and Italian. Garazci won numerous literature awards among others the Zsigmond Móritz scholarship, Soros bursary, Gyula Krúdy Award and the Attila József Prize.
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