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Ferenc Czinki
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Ferenc Czinki was born in Székesfehérvár, Hungary in 1982. Journalist, essayist, writer. Publishes in national journals such as Magyar Narancs, Élet és Irodalom, also in cultural periodicals (Kalligram, Hévíz, Irodalmi Szemle, ExSymposion, etc) and on his blog. Fiction columnist of the local daily newspaper in his hometown. Director and organizer of the KafkaBeat Pub Theatre in Székesfehérvár. Member of the  József Attila Kör Literary Society, vice-chairman of Szépírók Társasága (Belletrist Association Society).

Education
VACuM Visegrad Academy of Cultural Management
Pécsi Tudományegyetem Science University (communication studies) MA
Kodolányi János University College (communication, English language, pedagogy studies) BA
Vasvári Pál High School (literature and grammar special)

Employment
2006-2010 Editor at Árgus national periodical of culture, literature and cultural studies
2008- Fiction columnist of Fejér Megyei Hírlap (local daily newspaper)
2009-2011 Regional editor in chief of Est Lapok programme magazines
2011- Director and organizer of KafkaBeat Pub Theatre (independent theatrical movement)
2011-2012 Editor at Lajka Books Publishing Company
2012- freelancer author

Experiencies
2003- Frequent publications in local and national newspapers, magazines and cultural periodicals
2004 CEEPUS scholarship in Kraków, Poland
2006 – Museum pedagogy: planning and organizing art activities for children in museums and exhibitions
2007- After school literature and writing lessons for high school students
2008- Starting fiction column series
2009- Organizing public readings, literary and cultural events in several cities of Hungary (Budapest, Székesfehvár, Pécs, Szeged)
2011- Director and organizer of KafkaBeat Pub Theatre (independent theatrical movement)
2012 – New Hungarian Voices (literary & fine art project)
2012 – The Ghosts of a Planned Economy (fictional report project)
2013 – József Attila Literary Circle (board member)
2014 – V4 Literary Residency Scholarship (Bratislava)
2014 – Children of the Transition (series of literary workshop)
2015 – Visegrad Academy of Cultural Management
2016 – Solidarity Academy in Gdansk (tutor)

Memberships
József Attila Circle Association of Young Writers (József Attila Kör)
TEREMBURA Society of Culture and Museum Pedagogy (Terembura Kulturális és Múzeumpedagógiai Egyesület)
Literary Tent Society (Irodalmi Sátor Egyesület)
Belletrist Association Society (Szépírók Társasága)
Amnesty International Hungary

Awards, scholarships
2004 CEEPUS Scholarship, Cracow, Poland
2009, 2010 Lánczos–Szekfű Award (scholarship of city of Székesfehérvár)
2011 Golden qualification – Association of Hungarian Independent and Non-professional Troupes (for directing)
2014 V4 Literary Residency Scholarship (Bratislava)
2014. Visegrad Academy of Cultural Management
2015 Móricz Zsigmond Literary Scholarship

Books
Erik and Nipper Investigate / Erik és Csipesz nyomoz (bilingual book of tales; Lajka Books, 2011; editor)
New Hungarian Voices / Új magyarhangok (limited edition of signed art books; Szent István Király Museum, 2012; author, editor)
A Pub City / Egy kocsma város (short stories, JAK + Prae.hu, 2014; author)
The Metro of Bratislava / A pozsonyi metró (Scolar, 2017, author)

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