Author Archives: Csilla Kleinheincz

About Csilla Kleinheincz

Csilla Kleinheincz is a Hungarian-Vietnamese writer living in Kistarcsa, Hungary. Although originally an agricultural engineer, she translates fantasy and science fiction and is an editor at Delta Vision, a major Hungarian fantasy publisher. She is also founding editor of the online magazine SFmag (http://sfmag.hu). She has written two novels, and her short stories appeared in English and various European languages.

MetaGalaktika #11: A thousand years of Hungarian science fiction, 2009

by Mariann Benkö and Gábor Takács, translated by Csilla Kleinheincz The subtitle of MetaGalaktika #11 (Metropolis Media, 2009) seems far-flung as the issue reviews only 200-250 years. The editors of the Hungarian science fiction magazine Galaktika were ambitious enough to … Continue reading

Posted in February 2011 | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

A brief introduction to Hungarian science fiction and fantasy

Hungary is a small country in the middle of Europe, with a population of ten million and a language that has its closest relatives in the Ural Mountains. Consequently the number of science fiction and fantasy fans is small, and the number of writers even smaller, basically everyone knows everyone else. I’ll try to give a brief overview of the Hungarian sci-fi and fantasy scene. Continue reading

Posted in December 2010, November 2010 | Tagged , , | 8 Comments