A Family Saga for the Anthropocene: On Zsuzsa Selyem’s “It’s Raining in Moscow”
The story of a posthuman Romanian farmer, told by a cat, a blackbird, a bedbug, and a hemlock tree....
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Diána Vonnák is a Hungarian author and editor based in Cambridge, United Kingdom, and Budapest, Hungary. Formerly with Asymptote, she is currently an editor at Versum, an online platform of world poetry in Hungarian translation, and at the publisher Park. Her first book, a collection of short stories, will be published in summer 2021 by Jelenkor. She holds a PhD in social anthropology from Durham University, and teaches at University College London.