Dénes Krusovszky 
Author

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Könnyített változat (5.) hungarian

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A forrás hungarian

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A feleség hungarian

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Alkony hungarian

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Dénes Krusovszky 
Author

photo © Greg Bal
* 15.04.1982, Debrecen, Hungary
lives in: Budapest, Hungary

Dénes Krusovszky (*1982 Debrecen, Hungary), studied at the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest (Hungarian literature, Aesthetics, Comparative Literature). He was one of the founders of the Telep (’Settlement’) poets’ group (2005-2009). Krusovszky published seven books so far in different genres from poetry and fiction to children’s poetry and essays.

His most recent books are: Elégiazaj (Elegynoise, poems, 2015), A fiúk országa (The Country of Boys, short stories, 2014), Kíméletlen szentimentalizmus (Harsh Sentimentalism, essays, 2014). His poetry collection Elromlani milyen (2009) had been translated to German (Wie schön das Kaputtgehen ist, Merz und Solitude, 2011), Swedish (Att Gå Sönder Är Så, Rámus, 2015) and Romanian (Când te strici, Charmides, 2017).

 photo © Greg Bal
Krusovszky is also the editor in chief of the poetry website Versum (versumonline.hu). He received numerous awards in Hungary including the József Attila-Prize in 2013, also he was a fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart in 2009, the International Writing Program, Iowa City in 2013 and the Akademie der Künste Berlin (Berlin-Stipendium) in 2017. Lives and works in Vienna and Budapest.

Publications
  • Elromlani milyen

    2009

  • Wie schön das Kaputtgehen ist

    Deutsche Übersetzung des Gedichtbands Elromlani milyen

    merz & solitude, 2011

  • A fiúk országa

    The Country of Boys

    short stories

    2014

  • Kíméletlen szentimentalizmus

    Harsh Sentimentalism

    essays

    2014

  • Att Gå Sönder Är Så

    Svensk översättning av diktsamlingen Elromlani milyen

    Rámus, 2015

  • Elégiazaj

    Elegynoise

    poems

    2015

  • Când te strici

    Romanian translation of the poetry collection Elromlani milyen

    Charmides, 2017

Awards
  • 2008 Móricz Zsigmond-Scholarship

  • 2008 Junior Prima-Prize

  • 2009 Solitude-Scholarship

  • 2010 Artisjus-Prize

  • 2012 József Attila-Prize

  • 2012 Örkény István-Scholarship

  • 2013 Horváth Péter-Scholarship

  • 2017 Zelk Zoltán-Prize

Links
  • The poet's website

    Website
  • More poems on the Pimmédia

    Website
  • Poetry website Versum

    Krusovszky is the editor in chief

    Website