A selection of Filip Topol´s short stories, poems and torsos of poetic prose, most of which have not yet been published, brings his world (frienship, the alcohol demon, Prague, desire, love..) closer with an extraordinary urgency and rawness.
Kilián Nedory Filip Topol, Pavel Hájek (ed.)
A collection of texts by Filip Topol about his legendary and mysterious "friend" Kilián Nedory, which have mostly not yet been published. The first part of the book consists of the short story The Pit and the Wind, the second part is a convolute of features, song lyrics, poems and prose. The book is published as the first volume of the intended three-volume edition of the Filip Topol Archive.
In March 1945, Hugo Vavrečka wrote a tale about King Škrábal or Ivan Krasopisec to his grandson Ivan M. Havel. Shortly afterwards, the text was swallowed up by the whirl of post-war events, and so it reaches its addressee (and all the other curious readers) only now - after more than seventy years.
From the Life of a Buffoon. Articles, Reflections, Interviews, 1954–1978 Pavel Juráček, Pavel Hájek (ed.)
An anthology of the journalism of Pavel Juráček – one of the key figures in the 1960s New Wave of Czech film.