Tag: science fiction
Bedside table #41. Adam Kaczanowski: Every brilliant book is a call to work for me
Poet and prose writer Adam Kaczanowski, winner of last year's Silesius Wrocław Poetry Award in the "Book of the Year" category, talks, among other things, about the selflessness of reading, the influence of fantasy on his work, genetically inherited bathtub reading, damaging books, and what discourages him most in literature.
Bedside table #32. Łukasz Orbitowski: They say that whoever reads lives twice, and I’m running out of life
The writer Łukasz Orbitowski talks about his next readings, his lastest delights, the beginning of his adventure with books, the end of reading for pleasure, and he also reveals thanks to whom he became a writer and what deceased writers he would meet had he had the opportunity.
Bedside table #2. Rafał Kosik: I read science fiction and fantasy before I knew it was even called fantasy
Rafał Kosik, one of the most important contemporary Polish science fiction writers and the author of the popular cycle for young people Feliks, Net i Nika (Felix, Net and Nika), talks about the books with which he learned to read, his reluctance to read the required reading at school, which almost killed his love of literature, writers he admires and... Moomins as the book that shaped him.