Two poems by Gábor Schein in Two Lines"The Brief Nights of the Innkeeper", a short story by Edina Szvoren, on HLO"Éva Popa", a short story by Edina Szvoren, in Words Without Borders"The Politics of Memory: Against Viktor Orbán’s gaming of history", by Gábor Schein, in The Baffler"My Gate", essay by Gábor Schein in the New England ReviewPoetry by Ágnes Gergely in Two Lines"3.1 Mourning Verse, on the Death of Lajos Szuromi" (excerpt), by Szilárd Borbély, featured on Poetry Dailyessay in the New York Times by László Krasznahorkai on the subject of "What Is Reality?"excerpt from Kafka's Son, Szilárd Borbély, in HLOinterview with Dénes Krusovszky in Magyar Narancsinterview in HLO about the work of Szilárd Borbély Two poems by Szilárd Borbély in The BafflerFeatured in Robin Myer's column about translation, The Guest, at Palatte Poetry"Stopping the Void", in The Paris Review - on translation and adoptionAwarded the 2020 Tibor Déry Prize by the Tibor Déry Foundation in BudapestDostoevsky Reads Hegel in Siberian and Bursts into Tears, by László Földényi, is chosen as one of World Literature's Today Notable Translations of 2020Gábor Schein in Words Without Borders on politics and literature in Hungary[ ottilie mulzet ]