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Olympic fencer and author Geza Tatrallyay draws on his writing across multiple genres and his varied life experiences to explore the nature of creativity. Referencing his short stories, poetry, memoirs, and thrillers, he shows how deeply an author’s life is interwoven with the works they create.
About Geza Tatrallyay
Born in Budapest, Geza Tatrallyay escaped with his family to Canada in 1956 during the Hungarian Revolution. He has published thirteen books to date: five thrillers, three memoirs, four poetry collections, and a children’s picture book.
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