David Vaughan interviewed Louis Armand, who is editor of the title The Return of Král Majáles: Prague’s International Literary Renaissance, 1990−2010. On Radio Prague
Stephan Delbos on overlaps of an english language poetry scene in Czech republic with czech poetry scene: "Certainly, there are some writers that I can think of, such as Justin Quinn, an Irish poet who teaches at Charles University and is very active translating for example Petr Borkovec, who is a contemporary Czech poet. But I do think there is a lot of room for improvement in that, if that happens, Prague might finally be recognized as the vital literary scene that it has always wanted to be.”
says Karel Černošek (born 1975 in Prague), who graduated from the Department of Authorship and Pedagogy supervised by Professor Ivan Vyskočil at the Drama Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Alongside Josef Burkovský, he established the publishing house Tympanum (www.tympanum.cz) that specializes in audio book publishing. During 2007 and 2008, Tympanum published four audio books by up-and-coming authors as part of the Rozečtený Visegrad (Reading Visegrad) project.