Tag: Wit Szostak
The Czech edition of the School of New Translators has begun! [report and photos]
Last week saw the end of the first stage of the School of New Translators for translators from Polish into Czech. The translation workshop was held in a digital formula, and the course was conducted by Jan Jeništa, who works at the Palacký University in Olomouc. This part of the project was coordinated by the Polish Institute in Prague.
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.