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Portrait Kati Marton
© Ali Ghandtschi

Kati Marton

born in Budapest in 1949. Kati Marton was exiled with her family in the USA in 1957. She studied in Paris and Washington D.C., and became a correspondent for a number of American media. She wrote several historical and partly autobiographical books. »Enemies of the People« (2009) involved her investigation in secret files the authorities had once kept about her parents, both journalists and persecuted. Marton lives in New York.


Die Flucht des Genies

Neun ungarische Juden verändern die Welt

Die Andere Bibliothek

Frankfurt, 2010

[Ü: Ruth Keen]

Paris: A Love Story

Simon & Schuster

New York, 2012


Der Weg meiner Familie nach Amerika

Die Andere Bibliothek

Berlin, 2013

[Ü: Stefanie Schäfer]