Böszörményi Zoltán

I know from experience what it means to be hungry

Interview with Zoltán Böszörményi in Hungarian Culture.
Zoltán Böszörményi


Behind the scenes - answering questions from Melinda Varga.

The Major who never found his home

In the column "Face to Poetry" of the Literary Journal, I read my unsent letter to Sándor Petőfi in Hungarian.
Ripped Apart Book Review by Marjorie Acker

Ripped Apart Book Review by Marjorie Acker

It is not a widely discussed – or understood – occurrence, but it can be simply stated: slightly more than 100 years ago, Hungary as it once was – a kingdom – was brutally dismembered as a result of, some say, ill-advised decisions made at peace talks at the Trianon palace outside of Versailles in 1920. Two-thirds of Hungary’s land was cut away, and more than 3.3 million of its ethnic Hungarian citizens found themselves members of another nation.