“When a North American or British writer wants to write about new empires that come out of nowhere brandishing stark and memorable symbols, of vanquished homelands and cities made unrecognizable by war, he or she is likely writing a fantasy or science-fiction book. For a Central European writer they need look no further than their own history…”
– Michael Stein (1968-?) From the introduction to The Missing Slate #13
Fiction by Jáchym Topol, Sándor Jászberényi, Hana Andronikova and Gábor Schein among others. Poetry by Jan Wagner, Marcin Świetlicki and Zsuzsa Takács among others. And with the work of a number of outstanding translators including Julia and Peter Sherwood, Marek Tomin, M. Henderson Ellis, Erika Mihálycsa and Ottilie Mulzet.
Read the Central European Issue here