Tag: Bedside table
Bedside table #55. Anna Kamińska: I ruin books
Writer and journalist Anna Kaminska talks about ruining the books she reads, her love of Russian literature, compulsive notetaking, and her contact with readers during the pandemic.
Bedside table #54. Wojciech Jagielski: I am putting off reading for pleasure until retirement
Reporter and journalist Wojciech Jagielski talks about his adventure with Hemingway and American literature, the role of Ryszard Kapuściński in his life, his childhood readings, and his ideal of journalism.
Bedside table #53. Marcel Woźniak: The inability to read everything is killing me
Marcel Woźniak, prose writer and biographer of Leopold Tyrmand, speaks about how much Tyrmand-the-legend has in common with reality, about the characters who live with him to this day, and he also reveals that he dreams of riding the bus from one terminal to the other, reading The Count of Monte Christo.