‹ Back to our Authors Tamas Dobozy

AWARDS

2012 Rogers Writers' Trust of Canada Fiction Prize

ENJOY TAMAS'S WORK?
TELL YOUR FRIENDS

 

Tamas Dobozy

Tamas Dobozy has published more than fifty works of short fiction in journals such as Granta, Agni, Fiction, One Story, and Alaska Quarterly Review. In 2011, he was awarded a PEN/O. Henry Prize for "The Resotration of the Villa Where Tíbor Kálmán Once Lived," a story included in Siege 13. He was also awarded the inaugural Fulbright Research Chair in Creative Writing at New York University in 2009. Dobozy lives in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

 

OFF THE PAGE

• In this interview, Dobozy talks about gallows humor, inside-out epiphanies, and conveying collective trauma through narrative.

“My stories zero in on an instant while the larger currents of causality are left forever in question. That seems to me a good way of tackling trauma, which somehow always seems so specific and at the same time so unfathomable.”

—Tamas Dobozy

BOOKS BY THIS AUTHOR:

/

Siege 13

From celebrated short-story writer Tamas Dobozy, Siege 13 is a powerful testament to war's ability to carefully and thoroughly decimate the human spirit.
Read more ›

PHOTOS AND VIDEOS:

SUPPORT
MILKWEED

Find Us Online

SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAIL NEWSLETTER

Sign Up

all books
the fiction
the nonfiction
poetry
young readers

scroll left scroll right

Contact Us
© 2016 Milkweed Editions, a nonprofit, literary publisher. All Rights Reserved.
This website was made possible through the generosity of our donors.

Site by Firebrand, LLC
Site design by Maloney Design Studio