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4th Prague MicroFestival

Join Equus Press at the 4th Annual Prague Micro Festival, 12th to the 16 of May, at Klub K4, Celetná 20, Praha 1.

Featured performers at this year’s festival include Equus authors Louis Armand & Ken Nash, alongside Adrian Clarke, Becky Cremin, Maria Damon, Ulli Freer, Susana Gardner, Catherine Hales, Jeff Hilson, Sam Langer, Joshua Mensch, Stephen Mooney, Alistair Noon, Pavel Novotný, Richard Parker, Holly Pester, Michal Rehúš, William Rowe, Joel Scott, Donna Stonecipher, Josef Straka, Vlado Šimek & Herzog Herzog, Jaromír Typlt, Ondřej Zajac, cris cheek, Ondřej Buddeus, Peter Cockelbergh, Cralan Kelder, Zofia Baldyga, Pawel Uszynski… The Turpentine Ray, Phil Shoenfelt, Keith Jones, Vadim Erent, Ocean versus Daughter (Flanna Sheridan), Jakub Zahradnik & Pianosaurus, Peter Boyce Le Couteur, No Pavarotti… and in co-operation with Litteraria Pragensia BooksVLAK, Dusie Press, VEER Books, Psí Víno, Petr Štengl Press, the Polish Institute Prague, A2 magazine, Kulturní noviny,  & the Centre for Critical & Cultural Theory at Charles University.

Equus Press books will be available throughout the Festival at the Festival bookstall.

About Equus Press

EQUUS was established in 2011 with the objective of publishing innovative & translocal writing.


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