His name was Frank Pérák and people knew him as a mysterious figure with jumping springs on his feet. The fictional hero was raging in the occupied Czech Lands during World War II, jumping even over high tenements and also across the Vltava River valley.
Stančík simply enjoys himself. His novel is the type of book you want to take everywhere, enthusiastically quoting from it at every opportunity.
Poets from the Czech Republic included in the anthology are Jonáš Hájek, Ondřej Hanus, Štěpán Nosek and Kamil Bouška.
Most awards were “scooped up” by Vojtěch Mašek.
Únava materiálu (Material Fatigue, 2016) voted one of the top books in these countries in 2018
Apofenie magazine focuses on Czech literary output
The Czech poet has recently appeared in Gulf Coast and eight other literary magazines.
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