Imre Bartók (*1985, Budapest) is a Hungarian writer and literary critic. He is the author of three works on literature and philosophy (Celan. Poetry of the Damaged Life; Rilke. Ornament and Death; The False Aleph. Beginning and Temporality), six novels (Metal; The Year of the Rat; The Year of the Hare; The Year of the Goat; I Have Seen the Land of Fog; Jericho Under Construction), one play (Goebbels), one book of poetry (My Dear Ape, Vergil) and two children’s books.
He is the recipient of numerous national awards, including the Hazai Attila Literary Prize (2016) and the Baumgarten Prize (2020).