An unsettling vision of a world after an unspecified catastrophe, offering an original and suspenseful story about the search for human identity and the functioning of human society.
It would be a shame to be afraid of Daniela Hodrová. With her prose, the reader is plunged into a pleasant, stationary timelessness. For the writer, capturing the feelings of the characters is much more important than strictly observing the ticking away of the hours. In this respect, and in others, she resembles the English writer Virginia Woolf, who found inspiration in another noisy European metropolis, London.
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.
The Ministry has allocated more than €85,000 for 39 translations of Czech literature.
The CLC received 124 applications from 35 countries.
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