Fallen Angels by Silvester Lavrík

In this short story, schoolboys Dano & Samo try to understand desire in a world dominated by patron saints, party leaders, and Raquel Welch.

Honey by László Imre Horváth

In a scene from Flavius’ history, Marcus Atius welcomes a party traveling with the body of Aristobulus seeking honey to preserve the corpse.

Panic Button by Jan Němec

While reflecting on his youth, a man decides to drive his red Alfa Romeo through the night and following day, across two borders, into a warzone.

If the elites lie to you about this, they can lie to you about anything by Jolyon Naegele

Czech writer Tomáš Zmeškal on how Czech society reflects on its history, and whether perceptions of ethnic and racial minorities have changed.

Ukrainian Women Poets: Foreword by Olesya Khromeychuk & Uilleam Blacker

Citing martyrology, Celan, and Sachs, Olesya Khromeychuk & Uilleam Blacker ask, how can faith, hope, and love live in a space of pain? Can poetry speak of atrocity?

Gypsy Heroes by Rodrigó Balogh

Actor and theater artist Balogh Rodrigó writes on the circumstances surrounding the creation of Gypsy Heroes, the first compilation of works for the theater by and about Roma.

Moments of Mercy by Natália Szeifert

Along her route, caring for her elderly patients, Gilda considers her own lost and matured relationships, while confronted by loneliness, desires, and shame.

Apothetae by Benedek Totth

In novelist Benedek Totth’s short story the violence of a soldier suffering from shellshock is cast into the light when he meets a mother and her disabled son.

My Anti-Gypsyism by Ákos Kele Fodor

Hungarian author and poet Ákos Kele Fodor reveals his own anti-Gypsyism and reflects on an upbringing in a racist Hungarian society.