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George Szirtes, a child refugee from 1956 Hungary, lives in the UK and published his first book of poems, The Slant Door, in 1979 winning the Faber Prize. He has published many since then, winning the T S Eliot Prize in 2004 for which he has been also twice shortlisted.
He has been awarded various international prizes for his translations of Hungarian poetry and fiction. He has written for children, for the stage and in frequent collaborations with artists and musicians. His most recent book of poetry is Mapping the Delta (Bloodaxe 2016).
Kirsten Schmidt was born in Germany and has lived and worked in London since 1987. She studied metalwork and design at Camberwell College of Art which led her to etching and other methods of printmaking. She has illustrated three other books for Paekakariki Press.
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