Tereza Riedlbauchová (b. 1977, Prague) is a poet, publisher, literary historian and translator. A graduate in Czech Language and Literature and French of Charles University in Prague, she completed her doctorate in Czech literary history. In 2009 she obtained a ‘Master 2’ qualification at the Sorbonne (Paris IV Faculty), where she worked as a teacher of Czech between 2007 and 2011. Tereza Riedlbauchová is now academic secretary and deputy director of the Museum of Czech Literature.
Between 2001 and 2010 she was organizer of a series of salons in the home: thirty one evenings of author’s readings, sometimes supplemented by exhibitions and musical and theatrical performance. She is founder of Literární salon (www.literarnisalon.cz), a publishing house which focuses on the work of beginning poets and has produced twenty-two titles since 2007. She was co-organizer of the Czech-French festival Poetry between Prague and Paris, which was held in Prague in September 2007 and in Paris in March 2008.
Tereza Riedlbauchová is author of the collections Blue Apples (2000), Great Biskupov Night (2005), Don Vitor Playing and Other Poems (2009), Paris Diary (2013) and the lyric poem The Image of the Weeping Virgin (2002). A translation of Great Biskupov Night was published in Bulgaria in 2011. Her poems have appeared – in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Rumanian, English, German, Bulgarian, Polish and Serbian – in many magazines and anthologies in the Czech Republic and abroad. She has taken part in international festivals of poetry in Canada, France, Bulgaria, Rumania, Serbia, Czech republic and Slovakia and in lecture of book fair in Germany.