Kiss László was born in 1976. He lives in Gyula – a little town in the south-east countryside of Hungary. He works at the Erkel Ferenc secondary grammar school, teaching history, literature and Hungarian grammatic. He’s also editor at the periodical Bárka. Kiss László published three books of short stories: Szindbád nem haza megy (2003), Árnyas utcai szép napok (2008) and A térképnek, háttal (2010). A book of critics about the hungarian contemporary literature: Kis és egyéb világok was published in 2011. His first novel Ki mondta, hogy jó volt is recently come out of the press. He’s writing a biography, about the frontman of the metal band called Ektomorf, that will be published in autumn.