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Kinga Tóth

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Kinga Tóth (1983) is a sound-poet-illustrator as well as songwriter and frontwoman of the Tóth Kína Hegyfalu project. Her illustrated poetry chapbooks include Zsúr (Party, 2013) and All Machine (2014), published in both Hungarian and German. Her latest volume is Moonlight Faces, her first prose collection, an intimate story of life with disease. Tóth has travelled widely with her visual and sound poetry performances, including Hungary, Austria, Germany, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, France, UK, Serbia, Romania, and Denmark. Her other projects include ARKon (music), Party (reinvented nursery rhymes translated by Roberto Santaguida), and Control (music performance and literature with Silvia Rosani and Trio vis-à-vis). 


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