Tag: Czesław Miłosz
Bedside table #51. Krzysztof Bielecki: I want to read to experience delights
The prose writer Krzysztof Bielecki talks about the returns that hurt, failures that are most interesting in life, the revolutionary nature of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the times in which he read and lived without moderation, moving poetry by Wojaczek, and the holiness of literature.
Bedside table #50. Wit Szostak: I am not satisfied with texts which use pre-existing techniques
The prose writer Wit Szostak talks about his writing debts, a panoply of empty experiments that serve no purpose, language that re-establishes the world anew, the unnecessary race between literature and film, and he also explains why he prefers ambitious defeats to easy victories.
The Book Institute has supported the Czech edition of Józef Mackiewicz's “Droga donikąd”
In the Czech Republic, a translation of Józef Mackiewicz’s Droga donikąd (“The Road to Nowhere”) has been recently published. The book was translated by Marcela Bramborova. The publication was supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.