Tag: Bedside table
Bedside table #67. Łukasz Musiał: I do not search for recipes for a good life in literature
Łukasz Musiał, a literary scholar, essayist, and translator, talks about, among other things, an offensive of ideologicality and the misconstrued conception of moralising in the reflection on literature, the political character and autonomy of literature, the insatiability of life that leads to reading, his experience of translating Kafka and Walser, as well as the Great PWN Encyclopaedia, which shaped his way of looking at the world.
Bedside table #69. Paweł Grabowski: I would like to be sentenced to Herbert
The poet, playwright, surgeon, and community activist Paweł Grabowski talks about working on a drama devoted to Stanisława Umińska, his recent readings, his fascination with Herbert's poetry, and ultimate matters.
Bedside table #68. Bartosz Sadulski: I remember the Leeds line-up better than the plot of the last book I read
"I tend to mask my inability to engage in verbal displays by either hating on something excessively or praising it. In the same way, with excessive emphasis, I talk about books I haven't read, I'm excellent at it," says prose writer and (now inactive) poet Bartosz Sadulski.