Tag: William Faulkner
Bedside table #79. Krzysztof Majer: there is nothing more deadly to literature than sanctimonious treatises
Krzysztof Majer, translator of fiction and assistant professor at the Department of North American Literature and Culture at the University of Łódź, talks about what attracts him to literature, his work on the novels of Markson, Thompson, and Gurnah, his literary fascinations, editors as allies, as well as his desire of sharing what one discovers with Polish readers.
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.