An Evening with the The Continental Literary Magazine
IN-PERSON: Live on Flatbush Ave!
Featuring Sándor Jászberényi, Dániel Levente Pál, and contributor Máté Makai
The Continental magazine is a quarterly literary review featuring the best American contemporary writers along with writings by the brightest minds of Central Europe. Featuring English translations of works by promising emerging writers as well as by fiction authors from the region who have already achieved world renown and established themselves as major writers in English, The Continental focuses on the literature of Central Europe with the aim of creating a platform for contemporary Central European writers in the North American literary market. Greenlight welcomes Editor-in-Chief Sándor Jászberényi, Executive Director Dániel Levente Pál, and contributor Máté Makai for an evening featuring The Continental’s latest issue, Noir. Whether noir is a genre or a style is hard to say, but its trademark features are known to all from cinema, literature, and comic books. Hardboiled detectives, dark alleyways, rain, and estrangement figure into this shadowy, atmospheric collection.