Tag: crime fiction
Bedside table #33. Robert Małecki: My world began to spin thanks to Holmes
The writer Robert Małecki talks about listening to audiobooks, the latest readership delights, tempting covers, his permanent fascination with Conan-Doyle's books, his conversion to Saint-Exupery, and the book that made him want to become a writer.
Beside table #19. Rafał Woś: Books were tiring for me for a long time
Rafał Woś, a journalist and economic publicist, talks about economic and business readings, returning to his childhood’s favourite books, learning to read with Agatha Christie's crime novels, his first book to lose contact with reality, his aversion to reportage, his fascination with the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and a novel in which the Germans colonise the Moon.
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.