Tag: Marek Bieńczyk
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.
The Book Institute supported the Czech translation of Marek Bieńczyk's “Tworki”
The Czech translation of Tworki has been recently published. The book was translated by Michael Alexey. The translation of Marek Bieńczyk's novel has been supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.
Bieńczyk, Nowicka, Müller, and Vargas Llosa at the 25th International Book Fair and Literary Festival 'Svět knihy' in Prague
The twenty-fifth edition of the "Svět knihy" Literary Festival in Prague has come to an end. Poland will be the guest of honour at the next edition. In the last days of the fair, a discussion with Marek Bieńczyk and Alain Finkielkraut devoted to the work of Milan Kundera took place; the author of Tworki also signed - as did Bronka Nowicka and Mariusz Surosz - books at the Polish Institute's stand in Prague.