Les femmes du braconnier

Claude Pujade-Renaud

Common life of Sylvie Plath and Ted Hughes, couple of poets, which dramatically affected the world of modern literature. Fictionalized probe into the depths of their creation, marriage and his tragic end.

Claude Pujade-Renaud (1932)

Claude Pujade-Renaud (born 1932) is a French writer, whose first novel Le Ventriloque appeared in 1978. Since that time she has published over twenty novels, short-story and poetry collections. She won the prix Goncourt des lycéens in 1994 for Belle mère, her novel on stepmothering, and is a recipient of the French Writer's Guild Prize for her life's work. A dance teacher, she taught Body Expression courses at the University of Paris-VIII, ... More.

Mila Haugová (1942)

One of the most translated and the most prolific Slovak poet. More.

Igor Navrátil

Reputable translator from French. More.

Martin Solotruk

Translator and poet. His first book of poetry, Tiché vojny (Silent Wars), won the Slovak Literary Fund Best Debut Award in 1997, and his second collection, Mletie, was published in 2001. Martin Solotruk (1970) was born in Bratislava.Solotruk graduated in English and American studies and in Slovak literature at Comenius University, Bratislava, where he now teaches, after spending some years in television and advertising. He has studied ... More.

Peter Dlhopolček (1981)

Outstanding sense of abstraction and minimalism is typical for his work, easily captures at the motto "the less is the more". Peter "Pyppo" Dlhopolček is known graphic designers, artists and street art artist. More.