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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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Sándor Jászberényi in NYC

The author of the fantastic book of short stories The Devil Is A Black Dog, Sándor Jászberényi is appearing in New York tonight at Manhattan’s Hungarian bookstore on the Lower East Side. It is one of the Hungarian writer’s readings in his current US tour. You can read numerous stories from the book in B […]

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