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Snídaně o půlnoci

David Vichnar’s translation of BREAKFAST AT MIDNIGHT (Snídaně o půlnoci)* — Louis Armand’s acid noir thriller, shortlisted for the 2012 3:AM Novel of the Year Award — will be published by Argo on 23 May and launchedJazz Republic, 28. října 1 (underground at Jungmannovo náměstí, in the Metro B vestibule), Prague. This event will also feature the premier of Emilio Bellu‘s short film adaptation of BREAKFAST AT MIDNIGHT, with cast and crew from Prague’s Blood, Love & Rhetoric Theatre Company. A reading in Czech and English, featuring Louis Armand and David Vichnar with saxophonist Mark Tierney — starting 20:00 — will be followed by Turbine-Room Folk megastars The Turpentine Ray at 21:00, and hot jazz ensemble Happy Funeral. Everyone welcome! Get there early to ensure a seat.

*Cover art by Ktaiwanita

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


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