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Featured in Robin Myer's column about translation, The Guest, at Palatte PoetryForthcoming: Szilárd Borbély, In a Bucolic Land, trans. Ottilie Mulzet, NYRB Poets, Nov. 2021cover of NYRB Poets of In a Bucolic Land, by Szilárd Borbély, tr. Ottilie Mulzet
"Stopping the Void", in The Paris Review - on translation and adoptionA Mountain to the North, A Lake to the South, Paths to the West, A River to the East, by László Krasznahorkai - forthcoming from New DirectionsOttilie Mulzet will be translating László Krasznahorkai's new novel, Herscht 07769 Dostoevsky 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
Awarded the 2020 Tibor Déry Prize by the Tibor Déry Foundation in Budapest[ ottilie mulzet ]