Welcome to the Autumn 2020 issue of Folyosó! Treat yourself to a plethora of autumnal and non-autumnal pieces in a range of forms and moods: tall tales, humorous dialogues, introspections, spooky descents, eye-opening travels, and more. The cover art is by Lilla Kassai; please click on it to enlarge it. We also proudly present the first Folyosó contest, on the topic of priorities in life and how we determine them. We welcome your readership and comments!
Fiction and Quasi-Fiction
- Gergely Sülye: All Should Be in Order and Tall Tale
- Lilla Kassai: Danse Macabre and Haunted House
- Lili Forgács: What Could It Be?
- Gábor Medvegy: The Damned Man
- Bernadett Sági: Taller Than Tall
- Tamás Takács: Rain
- Dániel Dancza: Duke Reynaud
- Alexandra Klaudia Süveges: The Maybe-Friend
- Áron Antal: Changing, Grandpa’s Stories, and The Gift That Changed a Life
- Fanni Kepenyes: A Mysterious Forest
- Petra Varga: Butterfly
- Ilona Králik: Last Summer
- Adél Mihályi: The Real
- Gergő Busa: The Knife
- Laura Mora: A Bright Future
- Sándor Szakács: At Least There Is Some Good News
- Gréta Tóth: Finding Yourself
- Dorottya Turza: Don’t Judge People Too Soon
- Anna Mészáros: The Comic Nature of “Into the Woods“
- Dominika Zahar: Are They Really Scars? Thoughts on “The Greatest Showman”
First Folyosó Contest: Priorities in Life
- About the Contest
- First Place: Adél Mihályi, I Want To Be Important
- Second Place: Gergely Sülye, Two Axes of Priorities
- Second Place: Erika Mária Szántó, Three Dialogues
- Second Place: Attila Marcell Kiss, Life with Priorities
- Third Place: Zsófia Szabina Gávris, Mi a fontos az életben?
- Honorable Mention: Dániel Lipcsei, The Shorter Way
- Honorable Mention: Heléna Laura Spinou, Important Things in Life
- Honorable Mention: Gréta Tóth, own choices
Cover art by Lilla Kassai.