• Soren Gauger will be presenting his latest work at Massolit in Kraków on Saturday, January 14, at 6 p.m.. Details here.
• Olga Tokarczuk will be appearing at the London Review Bookshop on Thursday, March 16, at 7 p.m.
• Others' Paradise by Paul Leppin is back in print.
• The Absolute Gravedigger is reviewed at the L.A. Review of Books,
roughghosts, Complete Review,
Glasgow Review of Books, and noted by
• Books, Yo comes through with another personalized review, this time of I Burn Paris.
• Recent reviews have appeared of Marketa Lazarová here
The Sufferings of Prince Sternenhoch,
and The Maimed.
• The Absolute Gravedigger is now available, here.
Join us for its launch on Thursday, September 29, 2016, 7:30 p.m. at Míšeňská 3, Prague 1 - Malá Strana.
• Petr Nikl's automatic drawings combined with music are currently
on exhibition at Galerie Václava Špály until October 16, 2016.
• The spring 2016 issue of Slavic & East European Journal has published excellent reviews of
Miruna, a Tale and A Gothic Soul.
• Bogdan Suceavă, author of Miruna, a Tale, has a story up at Ohio Edit about
anomalous bears in the Romanian hills.
• An essay about Paul Leppin's work, particularly the three books we have published, is up at
• Stephan Delbos will see his poetry published as a chapbook – In Memory of Fire – by Cape Cod Poetry Review later this year.
• Marcela Sulak's anthology of hybrid literature, Family Resemblance, received the Gold Medal
by Foreword Reviews for their 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award.
• Soren Gauger has a text on historical travel writing about Odessa in the latest issue of The Odessa Review.
• We are pleased to announce that after a series of delays, which we regret, Vladislav Vančura's remarkable novel Marketa Lazarová
is now available. It will be in the US in July, but it can be ordered now in the UK or from us directly (appreciated).
• Congrats to Andrzej Stasiuk on receiving this year's Austrian State Prize for European Literature.
• Olga Tokarczuk was in New York for the PEN World Voices Festival. The rundown on her appearances is here.
• A glowing review of Marcela Sulak's translation of A Bouquet by K.J. Erben appears in the latest issue of
Slavic & East European Journal.
• Olga Tokarczuk recently appeared at Cambridge University to discuss her latest novel The Books of Jacob and her work in general. The Economist
summarizes the abuse she has been subject to as a result of the book and her take on Polish history here.
• A selection from V. Nezval's The Absolute Gravedigger is in the latest issue of The Ilanot Review here.
• recent reviews of A Gothic Soul at TLS,
Rain Taxi, and Czech Lit.
• Trafika Europe recently posted an audio interview with Bogdan Suceavă here.
• A review of Pavel Brycz's I, City has been posted at roughghosts.
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• Stephan Delbos will be reading from his translation of Vítězslav Nezval's The Absolute Gravedigger
on December 7, the event info is here. His co-translator, Tereza Novická, will read
the original Czech.
• The Prague Writers' Festival has posted video of Marek Šindelka with Arnon Grunberg
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• Olga Tokarczuk has won Poland's top literary award, the
Nike Prize, for her novel The Books of Jacob.
• Bogdan Suceavă will be at the New Literature from Europe Festival in NYC, participating in readings and discussions on Friday,
November 6, at The Center for Fiction, and Saturday, November 7, at Scandinavia House. Full program here.
• The program is now up for the Prague Writers' Festival. Marek Šindelka will be reading with Arnon Grunberg on Sunday, November 8, 2:00 p.m. at the Senate building in Prague.
Full program here.
• PEN America has posted excerpts of our forthcoming translation of Vítězslav Nezval's The Absolute Gravedigger, including a brief intro by the translators, Stephan Delbos and Tereza Novická.