by Kučík, Alois, editor
V Břeclavi na Moravě: 1929-1930. Octavos (23.5 × 17.5 cm). Publisher's typographically designed self-wrappers; 160,  pp. (consecutive pagination). All issues very good, excepting the first issue, with wear to spine and some chipping and soil to rear wrapper. Scarce complete second year of this Czech journal of the arts, literature, and social thought published in South Moravia. Contributions include poetry and prose by Ady Endre, Janina Brzostowska, Stanislav Cyliak, Marie Husová, Bohuš Kafka, Karel Nekula, Milan Písút, Oldřich Zemek, Hugo Hoffmannstahl, František Horečka, Jiří Landa, Karel Štika, and many others, as well as reproductions, some in color, of visual works by Martin Benka, Miroslav Fridrich, Olga Fridrichová-Steinzová, Josef Šrámek, Jožka Uprka, and others. Also included are many shorter notices about cultural events both in Prague and the provinces, as well as many book and art reviews. The editors were located in Bratislava, Brno, and Břeclav. Most issues with striking understated typographic design, as usual anonymous and probably commissioned by the publisher.
KVK, OCLC show holdings at Chicago, Columbia, Harvard, and Michigan, and Urbana Champaign, as well as three German libraries.
(Inventory #: P6066)