Owen Good is a Northern Irish translator of Hungarian poetry and prose. Good is the translator of Krisztina Tóth’s short story collection ‘Pixel’, Zsolt Lang’s ‘The Birth of Emma K’. His translations have been published in Modern Poetry in Translation and The Poetry Review. He also co-edits Continental Literary magazine and Hungarian Literature Online. He teaches translations too.
His rendition of Krisztina Tóth’s work received Close Approximations Prize and was nominated for the TA First Translation Prize, the EBRD Literary Prize, and the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation.
In this episode, he spoke about his craft, work, contemporary Hungarian literature and his authors Krisztina Toth and Zsolt Lang.
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