Kinga Tothrecycled, wasted materials, papers and text

 (1983, Sárvár, Hungary) writes and publishes poems, fiction, and drama pieces in Hungarian,  German and English. She is a musician, extensive vocalist, visual and sound-poet, translator,  shape artist and has presented her work in performances, exhibitions, and international  installations, such as MANIFESTA 11 Zürich; Palais de Tokyo Paris, CROWD; OFF Biennale;  Wechselstorm Galerie; Off-Gallery and Akademie Schloss Solitude. She is also a philologist and a teacher and has worked as a journalist and copy editor of art magazines and as a cultural program organizer. Tóth’s international publications include the poetry collections Maislieder, PARTY, All  Machine, Village 0-24, Wir bauen eine Stadt, and the visual-art catalogues Textbilder and Flugschrift. Her novel, The Moonlight Faces, won the Hazai Attila and the Best Novel Special Prize in Hungary. With the English and German manuscripts of the book, she joined the  International Writing Program at Iowa, the LCB, GEDOK, and the Bosch program in Germany.  Currently she is the city writer of Graz and later in Switzerland. Her work has been published internationally in many magazines and journals including Solitude Art Yearbook, Stuttgart and Europoe anthology, Heimat anthology, Die Welt ist nicht erfunden, Huellkurven, tapin2, Colony, POETRY, Lyrikline, Wretched Stranger anthology, Arkansas International, Nazis and Goldmund discussion and Stadtsprachen, Words without Borders. In addition to her art work she gives lectures and workshops and is a member of many international art- and literature organisations. Currently she is a guest writer and artist in Zug, Switzerland and working on her new multimedia art book. For her multimedia literary work she receives 2020 the Hugo Ball Förderpreis. 2021 she is a guest writer-artist by Lyrikkabinett München and Villa Waldberta in München-Feldafing and her visual poetry works are presented in Center Pompidou, Paris.

Her work appears in NationalPoetryMonth.ca and Experiment-O Issue 14, AngelHousePress, 2021.