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Zsuzsa Selyem

Biography

Zsuzsa Selyem was born in Targu Mures (now in Romania), in 1967. She studied mathematics at the Babeș–Bolyai in Cluj-Napoca and later switched to studying Hungarian and English. She has worked as a journalist and editor and for the Hungarian Institute of Literary Studies, teaching contemporary Hungarian literature.

Other links

Her homepage
Zsuzsa Selyem
Zsuzsa Selyem (her page at the Department of Hungarian Literary Studies)
Moon through the Hard Water: America Doesn’t Like Me (story by Selyem)
Monte Carlo
(story by Selyem)
Soap Opera (story by Selyem)
There’s No MomHome?Where? (story by Selyem)
9 Kilos. A Story After Psalm 119 (excerpt) (story by Selyem)
Hunt 1947 (story by Selyem)
That Little Strip of Sunshine (story by Selyem)
Dubinushka (one act play by Selyem)

Bibliography

2001 Valami helyet (essay)
2004 Szembe szét. Humor és szentség összefüggése Esterházy Péter prózájában (literature)
2006 9 kiló (story)
2007 Fehérek (essay)
2009 Erdei politika (politics)
2009 Mire vársz (stories)
2014 Fiktív állatok. A rezisztencia irodalmi formáiról (literature)
2016 Moszkvában esik (It’s Raining in Moscow) (novel)