Last week I got this really cool Czech anthology called “Trochu”. It’s edited by Martin Sust. Martin published a Czech translation of “The Language of Moths” in it, along with some other really really cool stories by the likes of Hal Duncan, Jeff Ford, Theodora Gossonova, Ellen Klagesova, Tim Pratt, Alan Deniro, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Paul Melko, Paolo Bacigalupi, Bruce Holland Rogers, Kij Johnsonova, Eileen Gunnova, Sorah Monetteova, Ken Wharton, David Marusek, Greg Frost, Cory Doctorow, Jay Lake and Caitlin R. Keirnanova. I don’t understand Czech, but I think it’s unfair all the women get ova attached to their last names and men don’t get anything. But I noticed my name in my bio was spelled Christophera Barzaka. Some of the men’s names were changed in their bios and some weren’t. I’m not sure why. I’m interested to know though, as I am a language geek after learning Japanese, so if you know Czech drop me a comment or an e-mail and explain. Anyway, it looks really cool too, as you can see. The interior black and whites are really lovely.