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Ignacy Karpowicz

Photo Credit: © Piotr Miazga/The Polish Book Institute. Ignacy Karpowicz (born 1976) is a novelist, travel writer and translator. His first novel, Uncool , was published in 2006, followed by, The Miracle (2007), and a travel book about Ethiopia, The Emperor’s […]

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Inga Iwasiów

Inga Iwasiów (born 1963) is a writer, literary critic, professor of literature, editor-in-chief of the bimonthly Pogranicze (“Borderlands”), and organiser of cultural and intellectual life in Szczecin where she was born and has always lived.           […]

Marian Pilot

                      Marian Pilot (born 1936) is a novelist, journalist and screenwriter. His novel Pióropusz (Quill Feathers) won Poland’s top literary award, the NIKE, in 2011. Featured Reading Group Title:  Pióropusz […]

Igor Ostachowicz

Igor Ostachowicz

Igor Ostachowicz (born 1968) graduated in international relations. He has worked as a paramedic at the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology, as a manager at a number of companies, and for the past few years as a civil servant. At […]

Piotr Paziński

Piotr Paziński

Piotr Paziński (b. 1973) journalist, essayist, literary critic and translator, belongs to the “third post-Holocaust generation” . He studied philosophy at Warsaw University, and then wrote a thesis on James Joyce’ Ulysses. From 1992-97 he was a journalist working for Gazeta […]

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Sylwia Chutnik

Sylwia Chutnik’s Cwaniary (Hustlers) is featured in our Polish Reading Group Winter-Spring 2013.

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Wojciech Kuczok

Wojciech Kuczok’s Gnój (Muck) is featured in our Polish Reading Group Winter-Spring 2013

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Michał Witkowski

Michał Witkowski’s Drwal (The Lumberjack) is featured in our Polish Reading Group Winter-Spring 2013.

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Joanna Bator

Joanna Bator’s Ciemno, prawie noc (Dark, Almost Night) is featured in our Polish Reading Group Winter-Spring 2013.

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