Tag Archives: Duncan Robertson

Visegrad: A Novel; The Prague Reading

On May 4, Duncan Robertson will be appearing at Shakespeare and Sons bookstore and cafe to read from his newly published novel Visegrad. I will be hosting the event – in the sense that I’ll introduce and do a Q&A with Duncan, not that I live in a bookstore. Visegrad is the picaresque journey of […]

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Duncan Robertson in B O D Y

“One of those things most difficult to convey about the special conditions in which we lived was the visegradišag: that everything, buying bread, recycling, riding the tram, came with a surreal associated cost that was impossible to anticipate and could range in consequence from mild discomfort to soul-shattering alienation, forcing you to withdraw from the […]

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Panel Issue #7 Launch

This Friday, June 25, Panel magazine will be launching Issue #7 with both a live event at Massolit Books & Café in Budapest as well as an online version for contributors and readers who can’t make it in-person. The reading and festivities runs from 7-9pm local time. I can’t go but Panel editor Duncan Robertson […]

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