Dita Táborská
  • prose writer
  • author of three books

Dita Táborská graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague. She has worked with Czech Television and Czech Radio and in the political and press department of the Israeli embassy; she joined the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2009. She worked at the Czech Embassy in Ulaanbataar from 2009 to 2012. Since 2018, Dita Táborská has worked at the Czech Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei. Her first novel Malinka, about a family’s adoption of a child, appeared in 2017. It was followed by Běsa (2018), which shares a temporal and thematic framework with Malinka. Both books were very well received by readers and the literary community, and in 2021 were published in second editions. Her third novel Black Tongues / Černé jazyky was published in 2021. It is a story of a search for truth and one's own place in history, set in Taiwan. Dita Táborská is married and has three sons.

Author's web pages: www.ditataborska.com