Palo a Janka Bálik
Janka and Palo Balik were starting with us our publishing house as a graphic designers, devised and created for Artforum many covers and visuals of a books. Many of them were awarded in the competition The Most Beautiful Book of Slovakia.
One of the first literary works, which uncovered the true face of Nazi Germany to Americans.
Atlas of Forgetting
The book of the matters which we have forgotten, we wanted to forget, which had to be forgotten, and which we can not remember.
A story of life and love of a contemporary writer written in fragments and pieces of reality.
The History of Love
The second novel by the American writer Nicole Krauss, published in 2005. The book was a finalist for the Orange Prize for Fiction.
The novel, published in German in 1997, one of several for which the author was known when winning the Nobel in 2009,
The Encyclopaedia of the Russian Soul
Is it a novel, a historical essay, humorist book or - as the title says - an encyclopedia?
Franny and Zooey
Franny and Zooey is a book by American author J. D. Salinger which comprises his short story "Franny" and novella Zooey.
When I was mortal
Masterful game of words, passion and tenderness, the harsh reality and dreamlike visions, but always powerful story with a surprising plot and unexpected denouement.
Double-book and double-CD is a combination of efforts of Artforum and the Slovak Radio: 35 stories, 35 recordings.
The Sea Is My Brother
The Sea is My Brother is a novel by the American author Jack Kerouac, published in 2011. The novel was written in 1942 and remained unpublished throughout Kerouac's lifetime.
On the Road: Original Scrolls
The legendary 1951 scroll draft of On the Road, published as Kerouac originally composed it
Authentic world of journalism in the big world, where an ordinary eye only hardly can see.
Something About the Orchids
The story of thirty years old Hanka, who moved to Bratislava from countryside and has found, or is still looking for work, friendship, love, home ...
Travels in the Scriptorium
Vintage of Paul Auster: mysterious texts, fluid identities, a hidden past, and, somewhere, an obscure tormentor.
This new edition of America's iconic amendment reiterates the charming story of Tracy, who is since one day accompanied by a tiger.
Affliction with the school
An original view of education and learning in an institution called school, with empathy for those, who sit in the classrooms.
In Watermelon Sugar
iDEATH is a place where the sun shines a different colour every day and where people travel to the length of their dreams. Rejecting the violence and hate of the old gang at the Forgotten Works, they lead gentle lives in watermelon sugar.
The Christmas Mystery
The book, illustrated by Vlado Kráľ and translated by Milan Žitný will be published in november 2012.
Zazie in the metro
Provincial pre-teenager Zazie stays in Paris with her Uncle Gabriel (a female impersonator) for two days, while her mother spends some time with her lover.
In his quietly transfixing new memoir, Winter Journal, Paul Auster meditates on what it means for his mind, body, and creativity to experience the unforgiving passage of time.
Mom Giraffe and other Monsters
Saša Salmela's crazy fairy tales are never enough and never become ordinary.
To the End of the Land
To the End of the Land (original Hebrew title "Isha Borachat Mi’bsora" - "A woman Escapes from a Message") is a 2008 novel by Israeli writer David Grossman depicting the emotional strains that family members of soldiers experience when their loved ones ar