Berniczky, Éva (Beregszász, now Berehove, Carpatho-Ukraine, Ukraine, 29 December 1962 - ) – Hungarian writer of tales and short stories. Her higher studies were at the Faculty of Arts of the State University of Ungvár (now Uzhhorod, Ukraine) (1981-1987). Since 1990, she has published articles on raising children and on education, and has edited books of Sub-Carpathian Hungarian writers. Her major works include Fragment of a Little House (Töredék házacska), edited (1994), The Sky-walking Little Elfin (Égenjáró kismanó), tales (1996), One Hundred Sad Sonnets (Száz szomorú szonett) edited (1998), The Etiquette of Topaz (A topáz illemtana)short stories, with Károly (Charles) Balla D., (1999), Chapters from the Glass-house (Fejezetek az üvegházból), fiction (1999), and Bird in the Morning, Rope at Noon (Reggel madár, délben kötél), short stories, co-author (1999). – B: 0874, 1475, T:7103.→Balla D., Károly.