Márió Z. Nemes presents his book Puschkins Brüste, which was published in 2016 by Edition Solitude. The author switches between genres of poetry and subjects the poetic Hungarian language to a rejuvenating cure. With his outrageous texts, in which characters of a phantasmal private mythology meet with famous representatives of history and apparently harmless fairy-tale figures, Nemes quickly advanced to a cult figure in the Hungarian poetry scene.
Márió Z. Nemes was a fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude in 2014 as part of an exchange program with young Hungarian writers.
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