A key work of 90s Czech literary fiction about drugs, money, faith and redemption.
The Devil’s Workshop is a miracle of compression, its scope greater than ought to be possible for a book of its length. It should help to cement Jáchym Topol’s reputation as one of the most original and compelling European voices at work today.
Times Literary Supplement
Bellová’s novel The Lake (Jezero) was published in 2016 to widespread critical acclaim.
The residencies are for foreign writers, translators, critics and literary scholars.
Minister of Culture, Daniel Herman, signed the agreement confirming the Czech Republic as the guest of honour.
The award aims to put the spotlight on European contemporary fiction.
The English-German publication features 40 Czech books from 2016.
The prestigious Czech literary award has announced its nominations for 2017.
Over the past two decades, the Czech Republic has witnessed an incredible boom in type design. While increased interest in typography c...
František Muzika (1900–1974) Painter, graphic designer, illustrator, typographer, stage designer. A pupil of Vratislav Nechleba and Ja...
About the competition Since the establishment of the Museum of Czech Literature (PNP), books as well as rare archive material have for...
Zdeněk Sklenář (1910–1986) Painter, graphic artist, typographer. His fine-art and illustrative work was radically influenced by a vis...