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Hana Andronikova

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Hana Andronikova

Hana Andronikova is a widely-published Czech writer. She received the Magnesia Litera Award in 2002 for her first novel, Zvuk slunecnich hodin [The Sound of the Sundial] (2001) and went on to author the short story collection Srdce na udici [Heart on a Hook] (2002). Her fiction has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies in Europe and the U.S., including World Literature Today. Currently, she works as an independent consultant in Prague.

Articles by Hana Andronikova

V. Samsara
By Hana Andronikova
I have always been intrigued by the fact that cows in India are sacred. Unmolested, they roam the streets of towns and villages. In some parts they have a bell round their neck and a jasmine topknot on…
Translated from Czech by David Short