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Mária Ferenčuhová was born in Bratislava in 1975 and is a poet, translator and film theorist. She has published four collections of poetry, Skryté titulky ( Hidden subtitles, 2003), Princíp neistoty ( Principle of uncertainty, 2008), Ohrozený druh (Threatened species, 2012) and Imunita (Immunity, 2016), also a study of documentary film, Odložený čas (Time delay). A selection of her poems, Tidal Events, will appear from Shearsman Books this coming Spring. She is editor of the film magazine King-Icon, translates from French and teaches at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava and the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica.
Mária Ferenčuhová's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry. Also available is one review of Mária Ferenčuhová's work.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 239 (2018) Three Poems (translated by James Sutherland-Smith)
Reviewed by in PN Review 244 (2018)on Mária Ferenčuhova & Luljeta Lleshanaku