This autobiographical novel is a candidly harrowing story of a woman searching for strength to rebuild her life after her foster sons slide into delinquency at the onset of puberty.
Boučková stops each of her characters in front of the abyss of pathos and heart-rending cries, she leaves them to sober up from the first, deepest cut of sadness and throws them into another life.
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.
The CLC received 124 applications from 35 countries.
Alex Zucker’s English translation of Hůlová’s fourth novel will be published in November.
Underpass.co is an online journal for modern literature in translation.
The Czech Ministry of Culture now offers grants for copyright costs, printing, design, promotion and excerpt translations.
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