Tag: Bedside table
Bedside table #40. Stanisław Aleksander Nowak: Literature should be treated fairly
Prose writer, columnist and playwright Stanisław Aleksander Nowak talks about his fascination with Hrabal, Schulz, reveals which writer is the reason he joined the navy and what he read then, and explains why he will not publish any more novels.
Bedside table #39. Julia Fiedorczuk: I live very much through reading
Julia Fiedorczuk, poet, prose writer, translator, and literary critic, talks about obsessive reading of Flaubert, John Cage, whom she always has at hand, about her plans to read less but more carefully, as well as about her latest novel and ecopoetics.
Bedside table #38. Michał Tabaczyński: I can allow myself to be picky
Michał Tabaczynski, essayist, translator, and literary critic, talks about his people, David Foster Wallace's wonderful insolence, a beautiful galaxy of Polish essayists, clumsy translations, reading freedom, as well as about being a younger relative of Gospodinov and the son of Bieńczyk.