The London Book Fair will start on 12th March. At the Polish national stand, organised by the Book Institute, 26 exhibitors will present their offering. Visitors will also be able to get acquainted with new publications from the New Books from Poland catalogue, a review of books from the ©POLAND Translation Programme (PTCP), as well as international editions of Gustaw Herling-Grudziński's works and promotional materials on the writer, the year of whom we celebrate in 2019.
The spring supplement to the "New Books from Poland" catalogue will also have its premiere during the fair. In the supplement, there can be found presentations of five books: Królestwo (“The Kingdom”) by Szczepan Twardoch, Wiesław Helak's Nad Zbruczem (“On Zbruch River”), Nikt nie idzie (“Nobody is Coming”) by Jakub Małecki, Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem (“Things I Didn’t Throw Out”) by Marcin Wicha, as well as Górecki. Geniusz I upór (“Górecki. Genius and Stubbornness”) by Maria Wilczek-Krupa.
On 13th March, at 18.00, University College London will hold a discussion on the book Being Poland: A New History of Polish Literature and Culture since 1918 with the participation of the co-editor, Professor Joanna Niżyńska from Indiana University Bloomington, and one of the authors, Artur Grabowski, PhD, DSc from Jagiellonian University.
The London Book Fair will last until 14th March.