European Literature Days introduces new and diverse European books that are not to be missed! Authors from Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Malta, and Romania will introduce their incredible new works, which have been translated into English, and talk about their craft in engaging conversations hosted by Trafika Europe Radio, November 16-20 from New York City. This exclusive podcast mini-series brings the spirit of European cafe culture to you wherever you are in this multi-cultural celebration.
November 16-20 daily on Trafika Europe Radio. Epiosodes premiere at 2 PM ET.
To put on European Literature Days New York, Czech Center is partnering with Arts Council Malta, Austrian Cultural Forum, Italian Cultural Institute, and Romanian Cultural Institute through EUNIC NY Cluster (European Union National Institutes for Culture).
Listen to the interviews from archive:
A brilliantly described journey of a young urban intellectual in search of a deeper meaning of life.
At first glance, Ada Sabova may seem like a stereotypical, young urban intellectual. Disillusioned with relationships, the predictable pattern her life has taken, and most of all her work at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Human Studies, she finds amusement in noticing minor, apparently coincidental and unusual things around her, and realizes they actually follow certain patterns, resulting in something she privately dubs “a theory of strangeness”. Ada’s growing obsession with the search for a coworker’s missing son pushes her on a new path – and her neat, predictable life suddenly takes quite an unexpected turn.