Dynka’s original contributions to Czech poetry display several facets. From visual games under the influence of pop art, the author worked his way through to the “staccato” Newspeak with which he addressed the history of literature as well as current advertising, and, from there, to a traditionally conceived lyricism whose focus is the emotion of love, whether relating to womanhood, to his own stylised-image or to speech itself. Jiří Dynka (1959) is a perfectionist in terms of form, and a voyeur in terms of his work method. Born in Luhačovice, Dynka, who graduated from Brno Technical University, has lived in Prague for the past twenty-five years. Since 1997, he has published six collections of poems, dedicating the last collection to the parks, gardens and cemeteries of the Czech capital.