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Zsuzsa Csobánka (*1983) is a well-known Hungarian writer, a Hungarian grammar and literature teacher, and historically the first female writer-in-residence under the auspices of our OPEN A.i.R. programme. She wrote a regular electronic blog about her impressions and experiences during her residency in the West Bohemian village. Her three-part novel Zinger was also inspired by the Nečtiny environment.
Partners of the project: the village of Nectiny, Pilsen region.