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Surprising Final Ten of Anasoft litera 2017

09.03.2017

On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, the ten finalists of the 12th year of the Anasoft litera literary award were announced live on Rádio Devín. The judging panel was choosing out of historically the largest amount of automatically nominated titles. The books that got in truly surprised. The professional panel was choosing out of 227 titles. It is the highest number of Slovak prosaic books the panel of the Anasoft litera prize has evaluated so far. more...

Peter Macsovszky wins the Anasoft Litera 2016 award

20.09.2016

Peter Macsovszky has won Slovakia’s most significant literary prize Anasoft Litera for his novel Tantalópolis, described by the jury as "a stylistically original, multilayered text which can be read as travelogue, self-referential prose, as well as a novel depicting the difficult quest for the spiritual at a time of the cult of the body”. more...

Anasoft litera 2016 Finalists

18.03.2016

The literary prize Anasoft litera has announced the shortlist of ten finalists on March 15th 2016. From 191 books of prose fiction the jury selected the following titles (in alphabetical order): Balla: Veľká láska; Jana Beňová: HoneymOon; Irena Brežná: Nevďačná cudzinka; Dušan Dušek: Ponožky pred odletom; Zuska Kepplová: Reflux; Rút Lichnerová: Hostina; Peter Macsovszky: Tantalópolis; Jaro Rihák: Pentcho. Príbeh parníka; Vanda Rozenbergová: Slobodu bažantom; Peter Šulej: Spolu. more...

Peter Krištúfek in Cracow

21.10.2015

Peter Krištúfek will introduce a translation of his novel House of Deaf into Polish on October 23rd at 7.00 pm in De Revolutionibus. Books&Cafe in Cracow. Book was just released in Książkowe Klimaty publishing house in Olga Stawińska's translation. The meeting will be moderated by Patrik Oriešek. more...

Veronika Šikulová wins the Anasoft Litera 2015 award

16.10.2015

Slovak Spectator: ANASOFT Litera is a literary prize annually bestowed by a private IT company. This year, prose writer Veronika Šikulová won it for her fiction book recalling her recently deceased mother, Medzerový plod, the title of which is a humorous play on words. more...

Veronika Šikulová Awarded Slovakia’s Anasoft Literary Prize

28.09.2015

Veronika Šikulová has won Slovakia’s most significant literary prize Anasoft Litera for her novel Medzerový plod. "Veronika Šikulová’s prose is a mature literary work marked by extraordinary vitality and lyricism. The author presents an unsentimental story of the quiet passing of a loved one. Veronika Šikulová has demonstrated a superb verbal mastery. Her story is filled with sensitivity to seemingly simple things in life, a sensitivity that reaches deep into contemporary awareness.” more...

Eurozine Review: Perfect for television

23.05.2015

Last year, the Slovak novelist Pavel Vilikovsky won the Slovak Anasoft litera award for the second time. Magyar Lettre (Hungary) prints an excerpt from the novel, entitled "First and last love", that won Vilikovsky the prize this time round. more...

Anasoft litera 2015 Finalists

19.03.2015

The literary prize Anasoft litera has announced the shortlist of ten finalists on March 18th, 2015. This year's jury composed of Adam Bžoch, Marek Debnár, Valerij Kupka, Zora Prušková and Ivana Taranenková evaluated 188 books and nominated these titles in alphabetical order: more...

Jana Juráňová’s book has crossed the Atlantic

11.03.2015

Jana Juráňova’s short novel Žila som s Hviezdoslavom (Ilona. My Life with the Bard) was shortlisted for the Anasoft Litera award in 2008. Seven years later it has appeared in the US in an English translation. We asked the author a few questions. more...

Angelus 2014 for Pavol Rankov

26.10.2014

Angelus 2014 Winner and Natalya Gorbanevskaya Award Winner is Pavol Rankov for his prose "Stalo sa prvého septembra (alebo inokedy)", translated by Tomasz Grabiński as "Zdarzyło się pierwszego września (albo kiedy indziej)" and published by Książkowe Klimaty. more...

Monika Kompaníková and Peter Krištúfek in Frankfurt

08.10.2014

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Víťo Staviarsky in Vienna

21.05.2014

Víťo Staviarsky will present his winning book "Kale topanky" on May 22, 2014 at 7 pm in Theater Brett in Vienna, Austria. more...

Ondrej Štefánik at European First Novel Festival

21.04.2014

Ondrej Štefánik will join European First Novel Festival, part of 21st International Book Festival Budapest. more...

The Final Ten of Anasoft litera 2014 has been announced

07.04.2014

The ten finalists of the literary award Anasoft litera were announced on April 2, 2014. From 194 books of prose fiction, the jury chose the titles listed below in alphabetical order: more...

Peter Krištúfek in China

05.03.2014

Peter Krištúfek will join The Bookworm Literary Festival 2014, taking place between March 7-21 in Beijing, China. more...

Author of the Month: Balla

03.03.2014

Balla, our January Author of the Month, has been described as ‘the Slovak Kafka‘ and ‘the uncrowned king of… outsiders and misfits.’ more...

A Beginners Guide to the Slovak Book and Literature Market

23.11.2013

The Slovak national book fair — Biblioteka 2013 — starts this Thursday and runs through Sunday in Bratislava. Look for coverage of the event from Publishing Perspectives’ Michael Stein next week. more...

Pavel Taussig and Marek Vadas at Frankfurt Book Fair

01.10.2013

Pavel Taussig, nominated for the Anasoft litera 2013, and the laureate of the prize for 2007 Marek Vadas will present their works at Frankfurt Book Fair. more...

Balla awarded Slovakia’s Anasoft literary prize

30.09.2012

Balla (Vladimír Balla) has won Slovakia’s biggest literary prize for his novella In the Name of the Father. In its seventh year the Anasoft litera comes with an award of €10,000. more...

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