Tag: Zygmunt Miłoszewski
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.
Bedside Table #10. Wojciech Chmielarz: I am not ashamed of popular literature
Writer Wojciech Chmielarz talks about Marek Krajewski's merits for Polish crime fiction, admiration for Zygmunt Miłoszewski, writers who broaden the boundaries of genre literature, as well as why righteous views bring harm to crime fiction.
The Polish Book Institute supported the Macedonian translation of Zygmunt Miłoszewski’s “Uwikłanie”
In Macedonia, a translation of Uwikłanie (“Entanglement”) was published. The book was translated by Filip Dimiewski. The publication of the novel by Zygmunt Miłoszewski was supported by the Book Institute as part of the © POLAND Translation Programme.