Welcome to the Spring 2022 issue of Folyosó! This second anniversary issue features pieces having to do with puzzles, pieces inspired by Richard Brautigan’s Trout Fishing in America, and two utopia/dystopia projects. We welcome your readership and comments!
Puzzles come in myriad shapes, sizes, and forms. Some are created intentionally; others arise out of ordinary and extraordinary situations. The following pieces grapple with puzzles in some way.
- Áron Antal: The Silence Before the Storm
- Mercédesz Gerda Einwag: A Missing Piece
- Lili Forgács: The Mysterious Carrot-Thief
- Zsófia Szabina Gávris: All You Need
- Eszter Aletta Hevesi: Your Imaginary Puzzle of Life
- Nóra Katona: Puzzle Piece
- Eszter Klára Szabó: Almost Completed
- Gergely Sülye: The Pointlessness of Puzzles
- Lídia Szabó: Puzzle Without Rulebook or Guide
- Erika Szántó: Make or Break
- Gréta Tóth: Puzzle Diary
- Petra Varga: Dance Is a Puzzle
A Tribute to Trout Fishing in America
Richard Brautigan’s novel (or collection of connected vignettes) Trout Fishing in America has a semantic peculiarity: the phrase “trout fishing in America” can function as an adjective, a character, an act, and more. Similarly, or not so similarly, the following pieces, written by students in Class 9.B, use the phrase in whatever way they please.
- Petra Demeter: A Very Hot Day
- Mirtill Ondok: Trout Fishing in America
- Hédi Szabó: A Good Feeling
- Emese Kassai: Why Is This Relevant?
- Emília Lilla Détár: Take Me Home
- Hanna Faragó: Something to Do
- Zalán Galics: A Bush with Weird Little Berries
- Janka Jónás: A New Game
- Odett Tajti: Forest Encounter
- Zóra Luca Tulik: One Dark Stormy Night
- Zsófia Éva Zsiga: A Changed Connection
- Lotti Tajti: What Did You Find?
Utopias and Dystopias
What perfect or nightmarish world, based on an idea, can you imagine and describe? Here are two projects by five students in Class 12.C.
From the Archive: Scenes Based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream
In honor of this year’s Shakespeare Festival, which took place on April 22, we are republishing a Shakespeare-inspired section from Issue 1:3 (Winter 2020–2021).
- Áron Antal: Something Even Stranger
- Bertalan Szegi: Act 1, Scene 1
- Dávid Csáki: Let Him Roar Again
- Dorottya Turza: The Surprise of the Century
- Gergely Sülye: As from a Voyage
- Gréta Tóth: A Midsummer Night’s Gestalt
- Zsófia Szabina Gávris: A Nice Article
Cover art by Lilla Kassai.