by Agnieszka Dale
21 short stories of a happy nation with no distinct nationality, a place where people still try, believe, or just are.
Children of Our Age
by A. M. Bakalar
The story of Polish London – gullible migrants, the ruthless “businessmen” who exploit them and those caught in the fissures created by ambition, violence and homesickness.
A pseudo-gothic horror about a nameless retired worker in a hardware store, who reflects on his life, looking for someone else to blame for his failed relationships.
by Antonín Bajaja
A tragicomic memoir of the author’s childhood in the Moravian city of Zlín. Winner of the 2010 Czech State Award for Literature.