Čapek wrote 48 stories that deconstruct the mystery story by breaking one rule here, three rules there, and yet also make for wonderful reading. His unique approaches to the mysteries of justice and truth are full of the ordinary and the extraordinary, humor and humanism.
[The Žítková Goddesses] is a fascinating narration. A novel on a great women’s topic of faith in natural forces and incantation, a healing power of hope, but also of solitude, despair, cruelty and vengefulness.
Apofenie magazine focuses on Czech literary output
The Czech poet has recently appeared in Gulf Coast and eight other literary magazines.
Heiner Goebbels’s Everything that happened and would happen is based on the most translated post-1989 Czech book.
The prestigious catalogue is published every year by the International Youth Library in Munich.
Tomáš Kučerovský and Toy_Box at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival and the British Library.
Over the past two decades, the Czech Republic has witnessed an incredible boom in type design. While increased interest in typography c...
František Muzika (1900–1974) Painter, graphic designer, illustrator, typographer, stage designer. A pupil of Vratislav Nechleba and Ja...
History of the Brno Biennial Inaugurated in 1963, the International Biennial of Graphic Design in Brno is one of the oldest and most i...
About the competition Since the establishment of the Museum of Czech Literature (PNP), books as well as rare archive material have for...