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International Relations

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Selected activities

Download - "Creative Writing in Europe" - Kunstfactor, Utrecht, Netherlands - October 2011

Official Erasmus partners

University of Glasgow (UK)

University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

Bangor University (UK)

Volda University College (NO)

Paneurópska vysoká škola (SK)

Beykent University (Turkey)

European Network of Creative Writing Programmes

The highly successful International Congress of Creative Writing Programs, organized by the German Literary Institute Leipzig in March 2005, showed both the need and the desire for international cooperation in this area to be established in continental Europe. Literary Academy therefore initiated the launching of the European Network of Creative Writing Programmes (ENCWP), coordinated its activities for four years, and organized its first five Symposiums (2005-2009).

Partnership with Literature Across Frontiers

An EU-funded programme of literary exchange and policy debate operating through partnership with European organisations engaged in the international promotion of literature and support for literary translation. Literary Academy is an official partner.

Partners in the Czech Republic

BookWorld - the largest Czech book fair and a major literary festival (Literary Academy is involved in organizing the support programme)

Café Fra - literary café where regular readings of LA students and teachers take place

Download - Creative Writing in Europe


International Conferences

Conference on Creative Writing (2002), proceedings published in 2002

Conference on the Life and Work of Josef Škvorecký (2004), proceedings published in 2005

Labyrinth of Female Writing (2007), proceedings published in 2008

The Prague Spring 1968: Literature - Film - Media (2008), proceedings published in 2009

Series Prvotiny (First Works)

In this series, Literary Academy publishes selected writings of its students. 27 First Works have been published since 2002, comprising prose, poetry and non-fiction. The graphic design of the series was created by Petr Babák, by Lucie Mrázová since 2009; the 2005 set of eight First Works received the prestigious Most Beautiful Book of the Year award.

Foreign guests at LA

Guest teachers (Erasmus programme)

  • Risto Niemi-Pynttäri, University of Jyväskylä, Finland (November 2009)
  • Sabine Scholl, Germany (2011)
  • Zoë Skoulding, Bangor University, United Kingdom (2011)
  • Josef Haslinger, Austria (2011)

Fulbright scholar

  • Barth Healey, The New York Times, USA (summer term 2003)
  • prof. John T. Matthews, USA (2010)

Classes

    • Krzysztof Zanussi, Poland (2001)
    • Arnošt Lustig, USA (2001, 2002)
    • Alessandro Baricco, Italy (2002)
    • Christian Ide Hintze, Austria (2005)
    • Fiona Sampson, UK (2005)
    • Daniel Rothenbühler, Switzerland (2006)
    • Amir Or, Israel (2006)
    • Reijo Virtanen, Finland (2006)
    • Margaret Anne Clarke, UK (2008)
    • Risto Ahti, Finland (2008)
    • Patrick McGuinness, UK (2008)
    • Harri István Mäki, Finland (2009)
    • Harri István Mäki, Finland (2010)
    • Juri Joensuu, Finland (2010)
    • Zoe Scoulding, UK (2010)

 Lectures, discussions (selection)

  • Helena Kosková, Sweden (2003)
  • Oleg Malevitch, Russia (2003)
  • Brian Keenan, Ireland (2004)
  • Sjarhej Smatrychenko, Belarus (2004)
  • Robert Fulghum, USA (2005)
  • Israel Horovitz, USA (2006)
  • Danièle Boone, France (2006)
  • Alan Yaffe, USA (2006)
  • Martin Kralovský, Slovakia (2006)
  • Mark Davidov, USA (2007)
  • Amanda Hopkinson, UK (2007)
  • Joseph Grim Feinberg, USA (2007)
  • Holly Tavel, USA (2009)
  • Randall Roorda, USA (2009)
  • Susan Opt, USA (2009)
  • Liana Langa, Latvia (2010)
  • Tadeusz Dąbrowski, Poland (2010)
  • Sarah Waters, United Kingdom (2010)