Fanni Sütő (1990) is a writer, poet, lyricist. Fanni studied English Literature and East Asian Cultures at Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest then completed a second master’s program in Children’s Literature as a student of Roehampton University, London. She has been working as an English teacher in Paris since 2016. She has published dozens of poems and short stories in Hungarian and English, several of the later are available also in audio format. Her short story “Death’s Daughter” was published as a chapbook by Selcouth Station, following a competition.
Book cover of Death’s Daughter
In 2020 she published her first Hungarian short story collection. “Csudapest, világvége” (“Miraclepest, the end of the world”) in ebook format.
Book cover of Csudapest, világvége
Since early 2020 she has been working in collaboration with producer Girl in the Mirror as a lyricist. They debuted their music and poetry performance entitled“Papillionidae” in September with great success. This poetry musical talks about the journey of a young woman into and out of love and how she learns to redefine herself.Fanni’s favourite genres are the ones where reality and imagination intertwine; she likes the magic of everydays and the secrets hiding in city streets. She finished her first full-length English novel, “Macchiatos, My Friends and Other Things I Can’t Live Without” this summer.