Anna Fay moved to Slovakia from the US state of New Hampshire and joined The Slovak Spectator as a copy editor in 2017. She graduated from Ithaca College with a bachelor's degree in writing in 2016. As a toddler, Fay lived in Bratislava during the 1990s and is enjoying rediscovering her childhood home as an adult.


List of author's articles

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How to have your Covid vaccine doses received abroad recognised in Slovakia. 7. Dec 2021, at 13:00
Darina Bancíková
Darina Bancíková, the first female pastor ordained in Slovakia, faced many barriers during her lifetime under the communist regime. 13. Nov 2021, at 8:05
Alan Craig
Alan Craig’s diverse skillset and hankering for adventure have led him down interesting paths in Slovakia and beyond. 5. Oct 2021, at 7:00
Ahmedur Rashid Chowdhury (aka Tutul)
Ahmedur Rashid Chowdhury calls on the Slovak capital to help exiled writers and artists work through their trauma. 28. Sep 2021, at 6:55
Bratislava Mayor Matúš Vallo speaks to foreigners at [fjúžn] festival's "Ask the Mayor" event.
Bratislava Mayor Matúš Vallo addressed the questions and concerns of foreigners in Bratislava during a special Q&A. 23. Sep 2021, at 16:35
UK Ambassador to Slovakia Nigel Baker
Life is as it was before Brexit for British nationals in Slovakia once they've got their documents sorted. 26. Jul 2021, at 16:10
Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and her friend Peter picking cherries in Svätý Jur.
A new memoir recounts an American teenager’s year of romance and heartbreak in Slovakia during the country’s fledgling independence. 29. Jun 2021, at 14:30
The Slovak Shamrocks
Many people have never heard of the sport, but three months later, they’re playing in the European Gaelic Football championships. 12. Jun 2021, at 9:00
IOM’s Migration Information Centre, which also offers free Slovak language courses to migrants, celebrates 15 years. 27. May 2021, at 15:26
Super Slovaks book
This bilingual, educational text includes some villains too. 22. May 2021, at 14:00
Andrew Giarelli
Andrew Giarelli’s novel explores Rome’s centuries-long tradition of putting social commentary on statues. 11. Apr 2021, at 7:00
Constitutional lawyers warn against too loose of an approach to granting citizenship to non-residents. 23. Mar 2021, at 13:39
Mohamad Safwan Hasna
We are not being targeted right now, but Islamophobia is still a problem in Slovakia, says Islamic Foundation director. 16. Mar 2021, at 7:00
Christmas 2020 at Mareena
Mareena’s new campaign is flashy, but its message is simple: Islamophobia has got to go. 16. Mar 2021, at 7:00
Caritas Slovakia's ‘World Without “the Other” – Migration Myths’ campaign educates Slovaks on migration in a fun and artistic way.
Religious organisations have added leverage in changing perceptions of foreigners and migrants, says Caritas Slovakia. 24. Nov 2020, at 13:35
Adam Holoubek (top left), Justin Rozanski - ROZI (top right), S. L. Feemster (bottom middle)
Adam Holoubek’s film LENS-MUSE explores the relationship between humans and technology. 3. Nov 2020, at 12:51
Self-portrait of Kvet Nguyen
Kvet Nguyen says the Slovak name she chose is a symbol of her multicultural identity. 23. Sep 2020, at 17:30
Bibiana Kerpcar
Bibiana Kerpcar was five years old when she moved to Brooklyn, but her love of Slovak fairy tales has kept her connected to her hometown, Stará Ľubovňa. 8. Sep 2020, at 7:00
Black Lives Matter protest in Germany
Tyrone Chambers, an American opera singer based in Germany, shares what it feels like to be an American living in Europe, watching the BLM movement from across the ocean. 6. Aug 2020, at 8:00
Eva Putzova
Because of Trump’s dealings with Putin, all eastern Europeans are considered Russians because people don’t distinguish accents, says politician Eva Putzova. 22. Jul 2020, at 12:42
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