Tag: Rafał Wojasiński
The premiere of the Bulgarian translation of "Olanda" in Sofia with the participation of Rafał Wojasiński
Rafał Wojasiński was a guest of the Polish Institute in Sofia, where the promotion of the Bulgarian edition of his book Olanda took place on Thursday, 10th March. The meeting, also attended by the translator Lychezar Seliashki, was moderated by Sylwia Czolewa. The translation into Bulgarian was published by the Ergo publishing house thanks to the support of the ©POLAND Translation Programme and the Polish Institute in Sofia. The same Bulgarian publishing house published the book Stara (“The Old Woman”), another novel by the Polish author, translated by Vera Dejanova, nine years ago.
Wojasiński's “Olanda” in Bulgarian with the support of the Book Institute
A translation of the novel Olanda by Rafał Wojasiński, translated by Lachezar Selyashki, has been published in Bulgaria. Sever years ago, the same publishing house published another novel by the Polish author entitled Stara (“The Old Woman”), which was translated by Vera Dejanova. The translation of Olanda was published thanks to the support of the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme and the Polish Institute in Sofia.
Bedside table #21. Rafał Wojasiński: Authenticity in literature is a type of demagogy
Prose writer and playwright Rafał Wojasiński, this year's winner of the Marek Nowakowski Award, talks about reading Gombrowicz sat on a sheaf, his fascination with Kafka's Diaries, the work of Różewicz and Miłosz, as well as the artificiality of the world and language detaching from man.