Tag: Stephen King
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.
Beside table #29. Aleksandra Zielińska: I don't like books which are supposed to be gripping by definition
The prose writer Aleksandra Zielińska talks about her distrust towards the Polish School of Reportage, the problem of book labelling, and what she is looking for in prose.
Bedside table #12. Piotr Zaremba: I have a passion for crime fiction
Piotr Zaremba, writer, historian, and columnist, talks about his fascination for Stephen King and history books, confesses why he sometimes reaches for youth fantasy, explains how he prepares to work on a historical novel, and why he finds a model of literature in family sagas.