Renátó Fehér


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Renátó Fehér (b. 1989, Szombathely, Hungary) has published two collections of poetry in Hungarian: Garázsmenet (2014) and Holtidény (2018). A defining voice in the new generation, Fehér’s first collection sought out the identity of a country, a family, and a postsocialist Hungarian generation. His latest collection acknowledges the continual presence of past events and asks, Where to next?

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