Ákos Kele Fodor 
Author

poèmes

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Anya vonulása hongrois

Nyelv hongrois

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to poem

Héjesés hongrois

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to poem

Keringőlárva hongrois

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to poem

Lét vagy külsőleg hongrois

Vészharmat hongrois

Bordadárda hongrois

Echiostoma hongrois

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to poem

Hallottak hongrois

Litopedion hongrois

Ákos Kele Fodor 
Author

Foto © Máté Bach
* 28.12.1983, Karcag, Hongrie
Réside à: Dorog, Hongrie

Ákos Kele Fodor was born in Karcag in 1983 and studied philosophy and aesthetics at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. He works as a poet, playwright, critic, editor and teacher. Since 2008 he has been writing plays for the Transylvanian Travelling Theatre and is the company's playwright.

Ákos Kele Fodor is a member of the editorial staff of the literary magazine Eső (Rain) and editor of the magazine for film art Prizma. He is also a member of the Attila József Circle.

 Foto © Máté Bach
In 2010 he published his first volume of poetry, Textolátria (Textolatrie), followed by the impressive multimedia work Echolália (Echolalie) in 2017. After several years of research on the traces of the Brothers Grimm, Ákos Kele Fodor collected the myths of the local Romani and Sinti from over a hundred years and in his volume A szív vége - Cigány újmesék he transformed them into fairy tales from the 19th to the 20th century.

Publications
  • Textolátria

    Budapest: JAK und PRAE.HU, 2010

  • Echolália

    Budapest: PREA.HU, 2017

  • A szív vége

    Cigány újmesék

    Budapest: Tea Kiadó, 2018

  • Megálmodtalak

    Lélektani napló terhes anyáknak és várandós apáknak

    w / Krisztina Peer

    Budapest: Tea Kiadó, 2018

Prix
  • Gérecz Attila-díj

Liens
  • Ákos Kele Fodor's multimedia work Echolália

    Visual poetry, metrical verse, and electronic music based on poems.

    Website (en)
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