From the time I read “The Sorrows of Idiot Augustus” in Best European Fiction 2012 by Janusz Rudnicki, translated from the Polish by Jennifer Croft, I was on the lookout for anything by this fantastic writer that would breakthrough the sea of mediocrity of what gets published in English-language fiction.
This turned out to be more difficult than I had expected (Actually, it was just as difficult as I’d expected. I just said that for effect). So, it’s a great pleasure and honor to publish “The Death of a Czech Dog”, translated by Beatrice Smigasiewicz in B O D Y’s Saturday European Fiction.
There should be a lot more work of this writer published in English.
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