Jana Juráňová

Jana Juráňová cofounded the feminist educational and publication project ASPEKT, where she remains a coordinator and editor. She has translated over twenty books from English, including Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf, Gender Trouble by Judith Butler, and Trauma and Recovery by Judith Herman. She is a playwright and author of children’s books and literary fiction. Her novel Naničhodnica (The Wretch) was published in 2020. She has been nominated three times for Slovakia’s most prestigious literary award, Anasoft Litera. For My Seven Lives both authors were awarded the Egon Erwin Kisch Prize in Prague. In 2018 Juráňová received a state prize for her literary activities and the promotion of human rights and democracy from the president of the Slovak Republic.

Bibliography from Purdue University Press