With a t tribute year dedicated to Julian Tuwim recently coming to an end, Polish and the Polish diaspora space have been filled with multimedia exhibitions, educational events, concerts, theatrical performances, and a series of happenings which were inspired by the poet’s life and works. One of the latest chords of Tuwim’s jubilee sounded on the15th of November in Hagen Bartkapel, at a concert organised by The Polish-Dutch Cultural Society, promoting Tuwim’s artistic works and works by other artists inspired by it.
Sławomir Mrożek – Polish dramatist, writer and cartoonist died in the morning of August 15, 2013 at a hospital in Nice, having undergone a routine operation.
Polish Bookcrossing starting Wednesday, July 24. Books written by Polish authors and translated into English will be placed in coffee bars around Vancouver. Coffee bars in Gastown, Commercial Drive, Main Street and Broadway were chosen as little centers of community and cultural life.
The book entitled Special Treatment by Patricia Klich is a deconstruction of Wanda Jakubowska’s narrative film, The Last Stage, which was made in Auschwitz in 1946.
Words, like travelers, carry a luggage of meanings with them …
Someone who comes from Poland told me today that whenever he is asked where he comes from, he answers from Eastern Europe, because he is ashamed to tell the truth.
About literature, book “War in Jangblisia. In that World” and experience of emigration, the author of blog Kraina Czytania talks with writer – Agnieszka Steur.
“The story of the third stair” is a part of a collection of short stories written within the project “Bloggers write the books”. In this project participated a group of twenty-seven people, who lead their blogs every day, but at the same time they already have some experience in writing fiction. The authors have written the stories, where the leitmotiv are sketches from life. As a result the anthology of short stories was published in the form of an e-book by the publishing house RW2010.
„Ostatni Tacy Przyjaciele. Komeda. Hłasko. Niziński.” is a book written by Tomasz Lach, published by Latarnik.