How to Treat an “Apocalyptic Hangover”

By posted at 1:56 pm on April 17, 2013 2

The second issue of the new journal Music & Literature is a feast for Krasznahorkai enthusiasts and neophytes alike, with some 70 pages of previously untranslated fiction, interviews, and essays, along with critical context on the “Hungarian Master of the Apocalypse.” Alas, only George Szirtesessay and an interview with translator Ottilie Mulzet are available digitally. But the complete analog package is highly recommended.

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2 Responses to “How to Treat an “Apocalyptic Hangover””

  1. Birne
    at 4:30 pm on April 17, 2013

    Hey, you only linked an older ‘shorter’ version of Szirtes’ essay. The new one is also available online:

    And do not forget that the Otilie Mulzet interview from this Krasznahorkai issue is online here:

    But, of course, there is so much more to discover in that issue of Music&Literature.

  2. Garth Risk Hallberg
    at 2:56 pm on April 18, 2013

    Updated. Thanks.

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