Daniel Soukup studied English, German and Czech philology at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. From 2002 to 2014, he taught at the Josef Škvorecký Literary Academy (a small private university in Prague), and for several years, he was also its vice-rector for studies and international relations. From 2014 to 2022, he worked at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, first as the head of admissions and external relations, and since 2018 as the vice-dean for admissions and external relations. He currently works as the vice-rector for studies at the Czech private university Ambis. In 2005, he co-founded the European Network of Creative Writing Programmes and acted as its first coordinator, and subsequently as a board member of the follow-up European Association of Creative Writing Programmes. He has published translations, poetry, academic articles, essays, and journalism (in Český rozhlas Vltava, Lidové noviny, Katolický týdeník, Radio Proglas, Deník Referendum, and elsewhere).
Wallace Stevens: Učenec jediné svíce
Old English riddles in the anthology Jako když dvoranou proletí pták
John Henry Newman: Rizika víry
John Henry Newman: Idea univerzity
John Cage and Lois Long: Knížka z bláta
Timothy Radcliffe: Proč být křesťan?
Seamus Heaney: Lidský řetěz
numerous academic translations published by the Czech Institute of Criminology and Social Prevention