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Zoltán

Gábor Zoltán was born in Budapest in 1960. He has worked as a director in both theater and radio, in addition to being editor of radio programs. He received the prize for Best Debuting Author of the Year for his first book of short stories. After half a decade of research, he wrote his novel, Orgy, which appeared in spring of 2016. The book was sold out within months and a second edition appeared a few months later. Gábor Zoltán also received the Déry Prize for his work, one of the most important and prestigious literary awards in Hungary.

Gábor Zoltán was born in Budapest in 1960. He has worked as a director in both theater and radio, in addition to being editor of radio programs. He received the prize for Best Debuting Author of the Year for his first book of short stories. After half a decade of research, he wrote his novel, Orgy, which appeared in spring of 2016. The book was sold out within months and a second edition appeared a few months later. Gábor Zoltán also received the Déry Prize for his work, one of the most important and prestigious literary awards in Hungary.

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