Tag: Zbigniew Herbert
Bedside table #28. Piotr Milewski: Apparently, I have been saying repeatedly since primary school that I’m going to write
Piotr Milewski, a writer and traveller, talks about the masters of travel literature, what he is looking for in travel literature and literature in general, about the literary reasons for his trip to Japan, arranging the world by poetry, as well as about Mariusz Wilk's books and his constant returns to Nicolas Bouvier.
Bedside table #22. Jakub Kornhauser: I love reading on trains
Jakub Kornhauser, poet, essayist, translator, and literary scholar talks about his fascination with the French school of narrative poetry, his inspiration with travel and reportage-style literature, the borderline of the avant-garde, the influence of Herbert's poetic prose on his own work, and Romanian philosophers.
Herbert’s „Barbarzyńca w ogrodzie” in Portugese with the support of the Polish Book Institute
The translation of the classic collection of essays by Zbigniew Herbert, Barbarzyńca w ogrodzie (“Barbarian in the Garden”), translated by Henryk Siewierski, was published in Brazil. The publication was supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.