Tag: Bedside table
Beside table #29. Aleksandra Zielińska: I don't like books which are supposed to be gripping by definition
The prose writer Aleksandra Zielińska talks about her distrust towards the Polish School of Reportage, the problem of book labelling, and what she is looking for in prose.
Bedside table #30. Mariusz Sieniewicz: I often torment myself with one beautiful phrase
Writer Mariusz Sieniewicz talks about his recent readings, books that shaped him, and about what he is looking for in literature.
Bedside table #28. Piotr Milewski: Apparently, I have been saying repeatedly since primary school that I’m going to write
Piotr Milewski, a writer and traveller, talks about the masters of travel literature, what he is looking for in travel literature and literature in general, about the literary reasons for his trip to Japan, arranging the world by poetry, as well as about Mariusz Wilk's books and his constant returns to Nicolas Bouvier.