Czech culture in the current issue of the Edinburgh Review

25. 1. 2010

The Edinburgh Review, a well-known literary magazine with a long tradition (it was founded in 1802 and its contributors included for instance Sir Walter Scott, Thomas Carlyle a William Gladstone) has just published a Czech issue, devoted to Czech literature and culture. The issue includes, among other things, an excerpt from Miloš Urban's novel Seven Churches, an excerpt from Jáchym Topol's novel Gargling Tar, a text by Hana Sklenková, graphic works by Michal Macků and articles by Jiří Trávníček and Jan Čulík. A sample text by Jan Čulík on current Czech politics, literature and cinema is HERE. Individual copies of the Edinburgh Review can be ordered from HERE.


Obsah vydání | Pátek 26.2. 2010