Michael Tate is the founder of Jantar Publishing, a small press devoted to releasing English translations of Central and Eastern European literature. He studied Czech literature at Univezita Karlova in Prague and is a graduate of UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
Smoking with Elvis: A Tale of the Mangled Generation
A superb translation of a bleakly brilliant novel about the Bosnian war....
“A Single Wand of Rusted Quince”: On the Visionary Poetry of Bohuslav Reynek
Michael Tate peers into “The Well at Morning: Selected Poems, 1925–1971” by Bohuslav Reynek, translated by Justin Quinn....
Michael Tate reviews Jaroslav Kalfař’s first novel, “Spaceman of Bohemia.”...
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