Feketében, Szerk. Kőszeg Ferenc és Lengyel Gabriella, 1982. (antológia)
Encouraged by the surprising success of the charity auction of artworks held before Christmas of 1980, in the summer of 1981, literary editor Ferenc Kőszeg called for another SZETA (Hungarian Fund for Aiding the Poor) to organize a similar event again and to publish a non-censored anthology of works by contemporary Hungarian writers and visual artists entitled In Black (Feketében). The poems, stories, essays, and artworks were collected by Kőszeg and sociologist Gabriella Lengyel. All in all, it contained a valuable array of works by 38 writers and 21 artists, however the publication of the book took nearly two years due to some technical problems and repeated intervention by the police. In Black was printed in 300 copies for prominent intellectuals and well-to-do collectors of rare books, but two-thirds of the copies ended up the hands of the police. Still, the book launch “Down and Proud” was solemnly held at Kőszeg's apartment in February 1983, and the bibliophile samizdat anthology remained a reminder of social solidarity and cultural resistance during the last decade of communist Hungary.
- Nóvé, Béla
- Scheibner, Tamás