One of the most popular Czech prose works written since 1989, Dousková’s loose trilogy carries on from B. Proudew with Onegin Was a Rusky, set when the false dawn of perestroika was at its falsest.
Dousková is once again sarcastically witty, not only towards others, but especially towards herself. She shoots on sight, not in a mean way, but rather out of an instinct for self-preservation.
The Czech Literary Centre, a section of the Moravian Library, announces its autumn 2018 residencies for translators of Czech and foreign Czech studies specialists in Prague and Brno.
Erik Tabery's non-fiction Opuštěná společnost (Abandoned Society) wins book of the year.
The Czech writer will take part in the PEN World Voices festival on 20 April.
The festival brings together some of the finest literary and avant-garde poets of this generation.
Premio Salerno Libro d'Europa for Žítkovské bohyně (The Žítková Goddesses).
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