Ernő Osvát (April 7, 1877. — October 28, 1929) was a Hungarian writer, editor.
His first article was published 1897 in the a Hungarian newspaper called Esti Újság. He became the editor of the Magyar Géniusz in 1902 transforming it from a nationalist publication to the home of modern literature in Hungary. He later was founding editor of Nyugat, the most important Hungarian literary magazine of the early 20th century.
He committed suicide in 1929.
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