Tag: Bedside table
Bedside table #33. Robert Małecki: My world began to spin thanks to Holmes
The writer Robert Małecki talks about listening to audiobooks, the latest readership delights, tempting covers, his permanent fascination with Conan-Doyle's books, his conversion to Saint-Exupery, and the book that made him want to become a writer.
Bedside table #32. Łukasz Orbitowski: They say that whoever reads lives twice, and I’m running out of life
The writer Łukasz Orbitowski talks about his next readings, his lastest delights, the beginning of his adventure with books, the end of reading for pleasure, and he also reveals thanks to whom he became a writer and what deceased writers he would meet had he had the opportunity.
Night Table #31. Anna Matysiak: I like it when language is a tool for studying the world
The poet and publisher Anna Matysiak talks about her editorial work, discovering new poetic voices, rare readings for pleasure, her formative books and the eternal human need to tell stories.