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Bázis – Hungarian Association of Literature and Arts in Slovakia is an association for autunomous, independent literature, art and science in Slovakia.


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2023. 09. 12. - 2023. 09. 13.

Transculturalism and bilingualism 6. International congress in Nitra

2023. 02. 15. 18:00 - 19:30

Presentation of Bázis’ books Természetes vadság and Transzkulturalizmus és bilingvizmus 4 in Budapest

2022. 12. 12. 08:15 - 13:30

11th Legere Literary Competition in Nitra, co-organized by Bázis, 3rd round

2022. 11. 30. 10:00 - 11:30

Literary discussions and readings 3. Lifetime games

2022. 11. 16. 17:00 - 18:30

Noémi Récsei is talking to Rita Halász about her Margó award-winning novel


Magdolna Balogh – What are you working on this week?

“What are you working on?” – a question both easy and difficult to answer: as it so often happens, I’m working on multiple things simultaneously. It’s a situation we all know; being allowed to focus on a single work or task is a rare privilege. On the other hand, I can say that all my […]

TEXT 2023. 05. 22.

András Blazsek – What are you working on this week?

I’m collecting sunsets. Technically speaking I built a sensor device that records temperature, humidity, air pressure, and light sensitivity information into a digital archive. From this archive the data can be dynamically recalled and used to translate the sampled values to pitch, and brightness information, through which I am turning the sunset data into sound. […]

TEXT 2023. 05. 15.

Titanilla Bőd – What are you working on this week?

Actually all my life I’m working on the very same problem: how to be in different places at the same time. I have read a really entertaining book called Frequently Asked Questions About the Universe, but unfortunately it has not provided me with the answers I needed about self-cloning or teleporting. So instead of this […]

TEXT 2023. 05. 15.

Gabriella Petres Csizmadia’s review of Pál Száz’s “The tenth gate. The effects of Hasidism on Hungarian literature” in WLS

Gabriella Petres Csizmadia’s review of Pál Száz’s “A tizedik kapu. A haszidizmus hatása a magyar irodalomra” – “The tenth gate. The effects of Hasidism on Hungarian literature” has been published in World Literature Studies. The full text is available online.

TEXT 2023. 04. 19.

Ákos Kormányos’s “Optimise your everyday life” on the website of Literarisches Colloquium Berlin

Ákos Kormányos‘s “Optimise your everyday life” has been published on the website of Literarisches Colloquium Berlin, where the full version of the text is available.

TEXT 2023. 04. 14.

Premiere of Zoran Ardamica’s CD Partita Ceremonia on YouTube!

The premiere of Zorán Ardamica‘s CD Partita Ceremonia will take place on April 11, 2023 at 4 pm on YouTube!

SOUND 2023. 04. 11.

Kinga Tóth in the video poem included in the program of the Cadence Video Poetry Festival

The @blanchethevidiot‘s video poem with Kinga Tóth “Blueprints. 10,3 m” is included in the offline and online program of the Cadence Video Poetry Festival.

TEXT 2023. 04. 08.

Poems by Hajnal Csilla Nagy and Dávid Mellár in the five-lingual anthology Lines From Visegrád

Poems by Hajnal Csilla Nagy and Dávid Mellár are also included in Lines From Visegrád, a five-language poetry anthology of poems by young poets from the V4 countries. The full volume is available on the Cultrural website. Its launch in Bratislava will take place on March 22, 2023 at 7 pm. at the Liszt Institute […]

TEXT 2023. 03. 22.

Kinga Tóth on “The Arts Hour On Tour” event in Budapest

Kinga Tóth will take part in the BBC‘s public radio recording in Budapest, in the Solti Hall of the Liszt Academy of Music on March 21, 2023 at 7.15 pm. More information on the Eventbride. “The BBC World Service Radio recording of The Arts Hour on Tour in Budapest at Solti Hall, Liszt Academy of Music, […]

TEXT 2023. 03. 21.

Lost in Anyland: Zoltán Lesi and Mátyás Dunajcsik’s event in Berlin

Lost in Anyland: Zoltán Lesi and Mátyás Dunajcsik post-Hungarian poets’ event will take place in Berlin (Zönotéka, Berlin, Hobrechtstrasse 54.) on March 18, 2023 at 7 pm.

TEXT 2023. 03. 17.

Meeting with Tibor Noé Kiss at GLBTQ Cultural Center, Klub Tiffany, Ljubljana

Suzanna Tratnik will talk with Tibor Noé Kiss at GLBTQ Cultural Center, Klub Tiffany, Ljubljana on March 16, 2023 at 8 pm.

TEXT 2023. 03. 15.

Tamás Korpa is representing Hungary at the World Day of Poetry at a series of events in Rome

Tamás Korpa is representing Hungary at the World Day of Poetry (Giornata mondiale della poesia) at a series of events in Rome (Goethe Institution, Via Savoia) on March 21, 2023 at 7:00 pm. 

TEXT 2023. 03. 14.

Éva Bányai’s study on representation of the 1989 regime change in contemporary Hungarian prose in Hungarian Studies

Éva Bányai’s study “The representation of the 1989 regime change in contemporary Hungarian prose texts” has been published in Hungarian Studies. “A fundamental segment of contemporary Hungarian prose literature has attempted to represent and textually portray the change in political regimes which took place in 1989. The dictatorship, the totalitarian system and the subsequent transition period proved to […]

TEXT 2023. 03. 03.

Orsolya Janszo at the Gurgen Ovsepian memorial concert in the Zichy Palace in Bratislava

Orsolya Janszo will perform at the Gurgen Ovsepian memorial concert Ave Gurgen! in the Zichy Palace in Bratislava on March 1, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. The soloist of Armenian origin was a member of the opera company of the Slovak National Theater and died in 2021.

TEXT 2023. 02. 28.

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2023. 05. 22.

Magdolna Balogh – What are you working on this week?


2023. 05. 15.

András Blazsek – What are you working on this week?


2023. 05. 15.

Titanilla Bőd – What are you working on this week?


2023. 04. 19.

Gabriella Petres Csizmadia’s review of Pál Száz’s “The tenth gate. The effects of Hasidism on Hungarian literature” in WLS


2023. 01. 29.

Alica Árvay – What are you working on this week?


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2023. 05. 22.

Magdolna Balogh – What are you working on this week?


2023. 05. 15.

András Blazsek – What are you working on this week?


2023. 05. 15.

Titanilla Bőd – What are you working on this week?


2023. 04. 19.

Gabriella Petres Csizmadia’s review of Pál Száz’s “The tenth gate. The effects of Hasidism on Hungarian literature” in WLS


2023. 04. 14.

Ákos Kormányos’s “Optimise your everyday life” on the website of Literarisches Colloquium Berlin