A hundred love poems by 25 contemporary authors are featured in the Polish-Bulgarian collection of poetry entitled Love is not the word. Anthology of Polish poets debuting after 1989 (Miłość nie jest tym słowem. Antologia poetek i poetów polskich debiutujących po roku 1989), just released in Bulgaria on the initiative of the Polish Institute in Sofia.
The latest book by Agnieszka Steur, Wojna w Jangblizji. W Domu (War in Jangblizja. At Home), a novel full of magic, touching moments and unusual encounters, will be available in bookstores on 10th July.
On the occasion of the Bulgarian Education, Culture and Slavonic Literature Day that falls on 24 May, Classic FM Radio and Makta Gallery decorated 24 representatives of the world of culture and art with the prestigious “Golden Pen” prize which has been awarded for the past nineteen years. The Polish Institute in Sofia is the only foreign institution to be honoured in this year’s edition.
With the beginning of spring, literature makes it mark on the streets of Krakow. Thanks to the activities with the programme Krakow UNESCO City of Literature, literature will be present not only in libraries and bookstores, but also in urban areas. Sit down on the literary benches, walk in the footsteps of the most interesting trends and literary contexts of Krakow, guided by your literary map you will learn the brand new face of the city.
“Opowieści z pogranicza”(“Stories from the border worlds”) is the first collection of stories by Joanna Pilatowicz – a coach, dancer, choreographer, and a woman with a wide range of artistic interests. The stories were created as a result of the author’s interest in multicultural experiences, philosophy and her interest in how our thinking and environment influences us on many levels: personal, professional, artistic and health.
The city of Gdańsk is witness a truly poetic outbreak of spring. International Literature Festival European Poet of Freedom which is taking place on 19th- 22nd of March, means a variety of poetry-inspired events. The program includes meetings with the poets, creative reading workshops, concerts, movie screenings, poetical slam and literary walks around the city. We wholeheartedly invite you to spend these four magical days in the City of Freedom, as Gdańsk is often called.
“I Used to Live Such a Lonely Life,” the second volume of poems by the Nobel literature laureate from Poland, has just hit the shelves of Chinese bookstores.
“New York: Impractical Guide” is a fascinating walking journey through different districts of the city, enabling you to discover its secrets step-by-step – both the positive and the negative. Above all, it is a journey in pursuit of your own space and identity in a new place.
If you are looking for something funny, entertaining and light in its form of delivering quite serious topics book, then “Stories from the border worlds” may be something for you. This collection of short tales is about to be published in Poland, first in Polish language, then hoping for its English translation.