Róbert Gál


He was born in Bratislava in 1968. In Prague—where he has lived since 1991—he studied philosophy and sociology at Charles University. He worked as a dramaturge and as an editor for a publishing house and for a magazine. Today he is a free-lance writer and a performer. He has published ten books from the confines of poetry and prose, such as Nihil sub sole novum (1995), Epigraffiti (2001), Znaky a príznaky (2003), Manipulzácie (2005) and Na křídlech/Agnomie (2010). He publishes in Czech, Slovak, English and other languages. Some compare him with Kafka and Nietzsche, others with Cioran.

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