Ryszard Nycz recalled poem “Mr. Cogito and the Letter of Writing” at the ongoing World Congress of Polish Studies.
Mit seinem Lyrikband „brennend“ setzt Grzegorz Kwiatkowski ein Zeichen gegen das Schweigen angesichts der Schrecken des Zweiten Weltkriegs in dem damals besetzten Polen.
Grzegorz Kwiatkwski is a guest of the first inaugural podcast “Standing Up to the Assault on Democracy” of the CEU Democracy Institute and talks to Andrea Peto from Central European University, Tali Nates from Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre, Bjorn Krondorfer from Martin-Springer Institute and Steven Carr from Purdue University.
Today is the premiere of German book “brennend”, translated and with a foreword by University of Connecticut professor Peter Constantine. The book is published by Parasitenpresse.
Book “brennend” translated into German by Peter Constantine will soon be published by Parasitenpresse.
On Friday, June 2 at 11.00 in the Lion Castle at ul. Długa 35 in Gdańsk, the meeting “Literature as a battlefield. Who do we support? / Cultural de-occupation of Mariupol” will take place.
After fears rapid development would prevent site’s commemoration, government announces plan will go ahead.
The new issue of Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies is out. In the “Creative Work” section you can find selected poetry of Grzegorz Kwiatkowski translated by professor Peter Constantine.
Trupa Trupa is something more than a band, it’s actually an artistic venture, it’s an exercise in aesthetics. The latest album is as good for an independent club as it is for a contemporary art gallery.