Faces and dates in the rearview mirror
The present can best be understood if we know the past. In his book, Martin Bútora provides brief reflections on the turning points in history of the past decades. These texts will enable the reader to better understand what happened in 1918, 1939, 1968,
Do you remember Trenčín?
A book in which the main character Vincent (well known to fans) returns from his travels.
"You are a tiny lake, you are shaped like an egg. At a depth of thirty meters, not far from your deepest point, lives an orange fish. Right at the bottom and no one can catch her."
The new book by Michaela Rosova, Restless Sleepers, consists of thirteen short stories and one essay about the method. They are united by her original observations, excellent style and a pervasive sense of solitude.
Mojich tridsať rokov
Stretnú sa kresťan, moslim a žid...
We are the ones we have been waiting for
Indefinite Feeling of Sunday
Where the coat, there the wind
New poetry collection by Ivan Štrpka from the group Osamelí bežci.
The Last Empire
Texts about Russia's agony
Book of proverbs and aphorisms by Fedor Gál with photographic collages by Miro Švolík
Authentic statement of Mária Janášaková, imprisoned in Ilava in 1939, with the explanation and context of a great historian
Thousand Years Old Woman
Four stories about four courageous and yet invisible women from ancient times until present.
Decalogue according to Kieślowski
Essays by the poet, illustrator, philosopher and preacher look for the meaning and the place of Ten Commandments in these days.
Alone Against the Night
A long-awaited Slovak translation of Alone Against the Night
A book about cynicism and hope in a collapsing world, about corruption of ideals and bad motherhood, about a journey, about trees and heroes.
The Fifth Boat
A fragile story about how children see the adult world and a rough picture of how adults look at the world of children.
The Tale of the Flying Elizabeth
A poetic retelling of the story about the life of little Elizabeth. She longed to fly but she lost her wings because she disobeyed.
Ján Langoš. The guardian of memory
Ján Langoš, a dissident, politician, tirelessly searching for truth.
Apple tree in Winter. Letters to Eva Rosenbaum
An epistolary novel taking us to the ‘70s atmosphere, so that we can meet a 20-year-old Dežo and the world he lived in.
Marián Benkovič, Pavol Remiaš, ml.
All the lyrics by Modré hory and something more about them
The boy with star-shaped eyes
Pero Le Kvet
A magical story written by the pataphysicist Pero Le Kvet and beautifully illustrated by Martina Matlovičová.
The Holy Butcher of Šamorín
The Holy Butcher of Šamorín and Other Stories from the Times of the Small Danube War: It is an illusion that we know everything about the Hungary-Slovakia relations. We are only trying to make ourselves believe that the current location is absolute.
Poems for the Housewives
The third collection of poems by a poetess Mirka Ábelová will be published with amazing illustrations by Ivana Šáteková.
On the Confluence
The novel On the Confluence, the newest book by one of the most famous contemporary Slovak authors Monika Kompaníková, is a story of two women and one day.
In his new novel Bodies, Peter Krištúfek examines different ways of narrating the stories of our intimate relationships.The corporeality serves him as a base of incorporeal.
The works of Mila Haugová are expanding to include a new collection of poems Canti ... amore.
The Deep Sea Tales - audiobook
The Ballad of the Heart
The text of this thin book flows like a slow river and its drawings engrave deep into heart.
Martin Milan Šimečka
A book about running, (hard) life and most of all about love.
Fedor Gál, Peter Zajac
Short articles, thoughts, polemics inspired by the events of the year 2014.
Jana Farmanová: Under the Sign of Virgo
The book includes the selection of works by contemporary painter Jana Farmanová, divided into sections according to the technique used.
Ema and Death's-head Hawkmoth
A novel about difficult times that force you to live in another world.
Fedor Gál, Miroslav Švolík, Peter Zajac
Twenty-five is the number of years that have passed from Velvet Revolution in Slovakia till 2014.
Slovakia on the Road to Independence
The book of the early days od separate Slovakia. Sight of the American diplomat.
Remarkably progressive community of a psychiatric hospital in the eastern metropolis of interwar Slovakia.
Knows what to do
A straight sociological study without lyrical pathos and citizens benevolence.
On the other side
Whether it's a chronicle, parable or a horror story, the author has prepared for us attractive reading and unexpected point.
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.
Mom Giraffe and other Monsters
Saša Salmela's crazy fairy tales are never enough and never become ordinary.
The school of modern vision
Representative monograph constitute repayment debt to the phenomenon of Slovak fine education. At the same time, however, remind to us, that the knowledge of our history has been manipulated.
The Deep Sea Tales
A book about a deep frendship in the depth of the sea with beautiful illustrations by Veronika Holecová, fresh design by Martina Rozinajová by an awarded author Monika Kompaníková.
Unique confession of Dominik Tatarka, one of the most important figures of Slovak literature, culture and history, recorded at the end of his life published on the occasion of the centenary of his birth.
Meditative poems in a collection with the shortest name.
Collector or a Contract with a Devil
Ivan Melicherčík, Peter Uličný
Over the 330 page book to look into the studios and represents fine artists from different countries.
A relatively light espresso, a bit more serious macchiato and an almost morbid Long black cup.
Essays, reflections and philosophical thoughts, extremely attractive for readers, as a defense against real socialism.
Book Selection 2011
Carefully selected samples from the work of foreign and also Slovak authors (Nicolle Krauss, Daniel Wallace, Jack Kerouac, Richard Brautigan, Juraj Kušnierik, Zuzana Mojžišová and many others), following by profiles of authors, translators and illustrator
Fight - slim book of Martin Bedly Beďatš is a bit special road story. The main characters, which call themselves capacities, are called Agon and Via. They are very close. They hit the road.
Music of the Island
Juraj Kušnierik about music and musicians of Iceland.
TheoBlogs are dialogic book about things that are worthy of consideration for the author and for the dialogue.
A story of life and love of a contemporary writer written in fragments and pieces of reality.
Columns about many things, the small and larger issues revealing our Slovak, and in particular Bratislava worldview.
Everything's Gonna Be Alright Till The Autumn
A book about death, about the importance of family and power of relationships, about the fight against cancer and normal life under abnormal circumstances.
Me and My Brother
Strong story about life and death in pictures of a talented artist.
Double-book and double-CD is a combination of efforts of Artforum and the Slovak Radio: 35 stories, 35 recordings.
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 ...
The Miraculous Virgin
Cult book, written in suggestive language, the search for identity of the group of young people in the middle of the World War II.
The Demon of Consent
A rudimentary work of slovak prose that deals with the period of stalinism. It is the confession about slavery agreeing with the power, about the after death cry of Bartolomej Boleraz, a socialist poet, who dies together with a communist officer in a hel
The Wicker Chairs
Bartolomej Slzička, the narrator, finds himself on studies in Paris, he meets miss Daniela, foreigners and expatriates, diplomats, city ...
My Dear Lady
A unique book and the only "novel in letters" from the unique slovak musician Dežo Ursiny.
Hello, Hello, Misses Cat!
Children book full of splendid illustrations with a Golden Apple prize from BIB 2005.
Collection of texts by a significant Slovak art historian about Slovak and international artists of the sixties. Iva´s eye and pen is exact and well focused
Fairy tales about love and eternity, which are not intended only for children.