Duncan Robertson

is a writer from Seattle, WA, that lives in Budapest, where he edits Panel, a magazine of English language literature produced in Central and Eastern Europe.

His work has appeared in Expat Press Online, North Dakota Quarterly, Unlikely Stories, and The Bosphorus Review of Books. His co-translations of Hungarian poetry can be found in They’ll Be Good For Seed: Anthology of Hungarian Poetry, and his debut novel, Visegrad: a novel, was published in New Europe Books.


His workshop on creative fiction will take place in May 2023.

Maria Gyarmati

is a Hungary-based interactive media and visual artist, art director of Panel magazine.

From Maria's website: 

"I’m passionate about creating different types of visuals: illustrations, designs, interactive projects. That includes interface design as well as concepts for the projects. 

I value the freedom of thoughts, open mindedness and balance, I value order and I really enjoy when things are having optimal structure. In my everyday life I’m finding joy in placing all the beautiful things, thoughts and plans on their “places”, enjoying how this things are starting to work together in order and help to archive some bigger goals and keep moving easier and lighter." 


Her workshop on contemporary art will take place in May 2023.

Ákos Szolcsányi

is a poet, literary critic, translator and essayist. His works have been published - among others - in the literary reviews Jelenkor, Élet és Irodalom, Kalligram. He is a recipient of the Recherchestipendium im Bereich Nichtdeutsche Literatur and holds a PhD in Spanish literature from the Universidad de Salamanca. He is currently working on his simultaneous and retrospective journal series Erkély kiadó, published biweekly on the website http://pannontukor.hu/fooldal/

Sabrina Small

is an American born, Berlin-based writer of creative nonfiction, memoir, auto fiction, personal essay and poetry. Her work has been published in Hobart, Expat Literary Journal, The Hunger Journal, and Gastronomica. Sabrina is the online food editor of ExBerliner Magazine. She has a Master’s in Gastronomy from Boston University and a Bachelor’s in Creative Writing from Carnegie Mellon University.


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The workshop of Sabrina and Ákos on memoir writing will take place in May 2023.