A multi-award-winning and bestselling tale of the female soul, magic and a part of Czech history kept hidden.
[The Žítková Goddesses] is a fascinating narration. A novel on a great women’s topic of faith in natural forces and incantation, a healing power of hope, but also of solitude, despair, cruelty and vengefulness.
The prize is named after the man who for many years was editor-in-chief of the magazine Index on Censorship.
Nine residencies will be organised in the first half of 2018.
The deadline for applications for events taking place between 1.2.2018–14.5.2018 is 31.12.2017.
Topol received the the Czech Republic’s highest literary honour for his latest novel, A Sensitive Person, and his body of work.
The Czech Literary Centre, a section of the Moravian Library, announces its spring 2018 (March–June) residencies in Prague and Brno.
The Czech Literary Centre, a section of the Moravian Library, announces its programme for the support of Czech authors travelling to literary events.
Zdeněk Sklenář (1910–1986) Painter, graphic artist, typographer. His fine-art and illustrative work was radically influenced by a vis...
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