A curated site for Slovak literature in English.
A series of events in the UK marking the 30th anniversary of the fall of communism in Slovakia.
A series of readings and discussions with Balla, Ivana Dobrakovová, and Uršuľa Kovalyk in Manchester, Oxford, Cambridge, and London. 22.10. – 25.10.2019.
Martina Šimkovičová of Slovak Radio International talks to British publishers willing to take the risk of introducing Slovak fiction and poetry to the UK market.
Registration is now open for the one-day conference at UCL SSEES, London, on November 5th, 2019.
Uršuľa Kovalyk, Dušan Mitana, and Richard Pupala
in the Central European Short Story Issue
Looking back at the season of Slovak literature and arts in the UK in October and November 2019.
On February 10th, 2020, Pavel Vilikovský,
one of Slovakia’s most prominent writers,
passed away at the age of 78.
Ivana Dobrakovová’s book has been longlisted for the EBRD Literature Prize 2020.
Congratulations to Mila Haugová and her translator,
James Sutherland-Smith, on their latest collection
of poetry in English, released by Arc Publications.
Book of the Year, Slovakia's take on European Literature Night, and more
In This Together: Writers From Around the World Respond to the COVID-19 Outbreak
The Centre for Information on Literature has a new website in English called Books from Slovakia
Slovak poet Mila Haugová is this year’s winner of the Vilenica Prize for Central European Literature.
"A Sentimental Education in March" by Pavel Vilikovský, translated and with an introduction by Charles Sabatos.
In Lit_cast Slovakia #6, translator Jonathan Gresty talks about going native in Slovakia, and much more.
Read the latest review of Ivana Dobrakovová’s award-winning novel in World Literature Today.