András Maros

andrasmarosAndrás Maros (1971) is a writer, playwright and screenwriter from Budapest, Hungary. He is one of most popular authors of his generation in his home country. He has written more than 250 literary publications in Hungarian national journals, weeklies, dailies. His two novels and three collections of short stories were published by the most prestigious Hungarian publishers; they were all received very well by both the critics and the audience.

 Love Forty (2013, Magvető Publishing, Budapest)

Gotta Go On (2012, Magvető Publishing, Budapest)

Lemonade (2008, Ulpius-ház Publishing, Budapest)

I Want To Hear Names (2003, Palatinus Publishing House, Budapest)

Pouffe (2001, Palatinus Publishing House, Budapest)

His plays have been performed by national theatre companies. The one called Suspicious Moves was selected and produced by WorldPlay 2013 (an international staged reading festival in Vancouver, Canada). He has written two screenplays that were turned into produced movies: Overnight (a Hungarian-German-Indian co-production, 2007), director: Ferenc Török and a short film called Rubberman (2002), director: Károly Ujj Mészáros.

 He is the recipient of national awards, national and international fellowships.

 You can read a quite recent, short Q&A with him on a hot Hungarian online arts magazine or you can check out his homepage at andrasmaros.com

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