Capek, translated for a blog

Andrew Malcovsky is this week’s Three Percent Hero. He’s translating, and posting online for free, a collection of Karel Capek’s (novelist, co-inventor of the word ‘robot’, and brother to Josef Capek, artist and book cover designer) short stories and occasional pieces:

Obviously, this is my page for the unfoldment of Fables and Understories, a posthumous collection of Karel Capek short pieces. I plan on updating it until it’s done. I do plan on releasing my work under some sort of CC license and updating the text’s accessibility (one file, .pdf, etc); I need to do some research first. Ooo, and prepare footnotes, which are harder to employ in a blog post.

Go visit and enjoy.

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