is a novelist, essayist and playwright living in Novi Sad. His books include a fictional diary on the war in Serbia (Exterritórium, 2000) and a volume of essays on life as a member of a national minority (Hontalan esszék, 2003).
Ethnic Hungarians in Vojvodina vote for liberal, Belgrade-based parties in Serbia while unconditionally supporting the Right in Hungary itself. László Végel is reminded of the joke about the savage. [more]
Articles published in the Partner Section
Betrachtungen über Novi Sad und Serbien vor und nach den Balkan Kriegen. [more]