Tag: Jacek Gutorow
A selection of Jacek Gutorow's poems in English with the support of the Book Institute
Last September, the British publishing house Arc Publications published a volume of translations of Jacek Gutorow's poems entitled Invisible. This is the second collection of the poet's poems in English translated by Piotr Florczyk. The publication was supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©Poland Translation Programme.
English translation of Jacek Gutorow's volume of selected poems to be published in September
A volume of translations of Jacek Gutorow's poems, Invisible, will be published by Arc Publications in September. This will be the second selection of the poet's poetry in English translated by Piotr Florczyk.
Bedside table #14. Jacek Gutorow: There is always continuation
Jacek Gutorow, poet, translator, literary critic, literary researcher, and essayist talks about what he needs literature for, obsessive returns, the pleasures of language, Wyspiański and Kochanowski's topicality, the adventure with Leonard Cohen, and the discovery of St. Thomas Aquinas, as well as about his openness to text and books that lead to other books.