New editions in translation 2022

New editions in translation 2022

In 2021, 57 books by authors represented by our agency were published in translation. In early 2022, 120 books in translation are in preparation.


No one will be surprised to learn that the current pacemaker in the ‘competition’ for most forthcoming published titles in translation is Alena Mornštajnová, with 19 titles. She is followed by Petra Soukupová on 10, Jiří Kratochvil, Irena Dousková and Michal Ajvaz on 7, and Viktorie Hanišová, Pavel Čech, Petra Dvořáková, Jiří Hájíček and Jakuba Katalpa on 6.

To stay with the theme of competition, the imminent publication of Bílá Voda / Bílá Voda by Kateřina Tučková may lead to a shuffling of the cards in the coming future. As for our tip for this year’s dark horse, how about Sources of the Moldau / Prameny Vltavy by Petra Klabouchová?

Below is a list of books already published in 2022 together with those whose publication is imminent. This list is updated immediately on receipt of information from the publishers involved. 

Michal Sýkora: Ještě není konec, Al Arabi, Egypt, translated by Amr Shatury, January

Alena Mornštajnová: Hana / Hana, Unionsverlag, Switzerland, translated by Raija Hauck, February (second German edition)

Alena Mornštajnová: Listopád / Ноември, Muza, Macedonia, translated by Igor Stanojoski, February

Michal Sýkora: Nejhorší obavy, Slavika Libris, Macedonia, translated by Donka Rous, February

Petra Dvořáková: Chirurg, Ammonite Books, Serbia, translated by Alexandra Cimpl Simeonović, February

Irena Dousková: Doktor Kott přemítá / Doktor Kot razmišlja, Liberland Art, Serbia, translated by Alexandra Cimpl Simeonović, February

Viktorie Hanišová: Rekonstrukce / Rekonstrukcija, Fraktura, Croatia, translated by Branka Čačković, March

Viktorie Hanišová: Rekonstrukce / Rekonstruktion, Wieser Verlag, Austria, translated by Raija Hauck, March

Alena Mornštajnová Hana / Hana, Mozaïek, The Netherlands, translated by Irma Pieper, April

Petra Soukupová: Kdo zabil Snížka?/ Il mistero del cucciolo scomparso, Beisler Editore, Italy, translated by Letizia Kostner, April

Kateřina Tučková: Žítkovské bohyně / The Last Goddess, Amazon Crossing, USA, translated by Andrew Oakland, May

Pavel Čech: Tajemství Ostrova za prkennou ohradou, Magor, Macedonia, May

Irena Dousková: Medvědí tanec / Taniec niedźwiedzia, Stara Szkoła, Poland, translated by Miroslaw Śmigielski, May

Petra Soukupová: Věci, na které nastal čas / Sprawy, na które przyszedł czas, Afera, Poland, translated by Julia Różewicz, May

Alena Mornštajnová: Listopád / Es geschah im November, Wieser Verlag, Austria, translated by Raija Hauck, May

Kateřina Tučková: Žítkovské bohyně, Gelmes, Lithuania, translated by Jurga Ralite, May

Jiří Kratochvil: Liška v dámu, Komora, Ukraine, May

Michal Sýkora: Ještě není konec, Afera, Poland, translated by Krzysztof Wołosiuk, May

Jakuba Katalpa: Zuzanin dech / Zuzanin dych, Ikar, Slovakia, translated by Ester Demjanová, May

Alena Mornštajnová: Slepá mapa, Muza, Macedonia, translated by Igor Stanojoski, May

Martin Fahrner: Steiner aneb Co jsme dělali, Sajalín editores, Spain, May-June

Matěj Hořava: Mezipřistání, Ergo, Bulgaria, translated by Margarita Rumenova, Spring

Irena Dousková: Hrdý Budžes, Treći Trg, Serbia, translated by Uroš Nikolić, Spring

Michal Ajvaz: Druhé město, Kichli, Greece, translated by Soňa Dorňáková-Stamou, Spring

Petra Soukupová: Kdo zabil Snížka? / Ki ölte meg Hópelyhet?, Csirimojó, Hungary, translated by Juhászné Hahn Zsuzsanna, Spring

Petra Soukupová: Nejlepší pro všechny / Így lesz a legjobb mindenkinek, Csirimojó, Hungary, translated by Juhászné Hahn Zsuzsanna, Spring

Petra Soukupová: Klub divných dětí / De mærkelige børns klub, Jensen & Dalgaard, Denmark, translated by Peter Bugge, June

Lidmila Kábrtová: Místa ve tmě, Pegasus, The Netherlands, translated by Kees Merck, June

Alena Mornštajnová: Tiché roky, Ergo, Bulgaria, Spring-Summer

Alena Mornštajnová: Hana / Hana, 25m2 Publishing House, Turkey, audiobook Spring, printed version Autumn

Alena Mornštajnová: Hana, Les Éditions Bleu et Jaune, France, translated by Benoit Meunier, September

Jiří Hájíček: Rybí krev, Keller Editore, Italy, translated by Angela Zavettieri, September-October

Michal Ajvaz: Cesta na jih, Dalkey, USA, translated by Andrew Oakland, October

Irena Dousková: Hrdý Budžes, Keller Editore, translated by Raffaella Belletti, October

(updated 13 th May, 2022)

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