Thursday 15 December 2011

PF 2012

VLAK wishes you all the best for the season and the New Year!
will be launched during the Prague Microfestival, 12-16 May, 2012. Come and join us!

Monday 28 November 2011


Read the latest issue of VLAK online at or order a deluxe print edition, 424 pages, from Litteraria Pragensia Books.

can also be found at quality bookstores--in Prague: Shakespeare & Sons, The Globe; in New York: St Marks Books, Spoonbill & Sugartown, Unnameable Books; in Amsterdam: Boekie Woekie; in London: LRB Bookstore; in Melbourne: Collected Works; in Paris: Shakespeare & Co.

Wednesday 23 November 2011

Tuesday 22 November 2011


VLAK 2 launched in New York at the Zinc Bar, 20 November, featuring readings by Charles Bernstein, Damien Ober, Amaranth Borsuk, Kate Durbin, Bruce Andrews, Francesco Levato, Amy King, MacGregor Card, Pierre Joris, Corrine Fitzpatrick, John Coletti, Vincent Katz, Holly Tavel, Brendan Lorber, Vincent Farnsworth, and Arlo Quint.

Wednesday 9 November 2011


VLAK will be hosting a launch party on 10 November, 20:00 - 23:00, at CARNIVALE, 2 White Church Lane, London E1 7 QR. The event will include readings by Louis Armand, Sean Bonney, Andrea Brady, Vincent Dachy, Thor Garcia, Stephen Mooney, Andrew Nightingale, Holly Pester, Lawrence Upton, John Drever, Johan de Wit, and performance by THE MIND SHOP (with David Miller, John Gibbens and Armorel Weston). Everyone welcome!

Saturday 24 September 2011

VLAK at the London Small Publishers Fair

VLAK Magazine, in conjunction with Equus Press and Litteraria Pragensia Books, will be represented at this year's London Small Publishers Fair, Friday 11th and Saturday 12th November 2011, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL. The SPF is international fair celebrating books by contemporary artists, poets, writers, composers, book designers, and their publishers; together with a programme of readings and talks (including the launch of VLAK 2 and Louis Armand's novel Clair Obscur).

Saturday 3 September 2011

In Memoriam

VLAK mourns the death of ALI DAGHMAN, killed in Syria 15 August, 2011. His essay on power and resistance, published in VLAK 2, can be read here: Ali was an intellectually fearless and committed man, and it was our great honour to have known him. Our thoughts go out to his family and his fiancée. May he rest in peace.