Collective residences


From Friday, 1 October 2021 to Friday, 8 October 2021

Poet, Writer, Translator, PhD Researcher
Budapest (Hungary)


Réka Borda (born 1992) is a Hungarian poet, writer and translator. Her first volume, Hoax was published in 2017, her first novel is expected to come out in Spring 2022. She is a PhD student at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, her research focuses on the intersections between design and literature. She is also a literary organizer, founder of Kóspallagi Írótanya camp for young authors and former editor of Műút review.


My manuscript’s current working title is The Leamon-eater Vampires. I am currently realizing one short story each month that appears in the feuilleton section of 168 óra public-cultural magazine. However, I have more ideas that I’m willing to elaborate so that I could send them to well-known reviews and show them to Faberlull’s audience. I especially have one exact idea that I would like to work on during the residency program to be able to pour it in the form of a short story: it’s about a dead turul (Hungarian mythical bird) found in the center of a coutryman’s land.

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