The London Book Fair 2017: Karłowicz and Nowak on intellectuals in the media
Dariusz Karłowicz and Andrzej Nowak debated the role of intellectuals in the media during the 2017 London Book Fair. In the conversation lead by Doug Wallace, they were joined by the BBC Radio journalist Ekow Eshun. The event, titled "Intellectuals in the Media", took place at the Olympia Hall.
Poland at London Book Fair
Fifty Polish publishers and 11 authors are taking part in the London Book Fair, which opens Tuesday and runs until Thursday.
Classic play 'The Wedding' wins Polish National Reading poll
President Andrzej Duda has announced that a classic 1901 play entitled “The Wedding” has won Poland’s annual National Reading poll.
Joseph Conrad: A Pole with doubts
Paradoxically, one might say that Conrad is more Polish today than when he was alive. Which makes him a better Pole too.
Polish National Library buys 15th-century manuscript in London
A 15th-century manuscript, made in Florence for the Gucci family and owned by a Polish artisan and financier in the 16th century, was acquired at an auction in London recently thanks to funding from the PZU Foundation run by the Polish insurance giant.
A new dispute over Conrad
Krzysztof Masłoń interviews Krzysztof Koehler, Deputy Director of The Book Institute.
The Polish book market is very important to the British
The London Book Fair is coming up in March, with Poland as the guest of honour.
Kraków to celebrate 95th anniversary of the birth of Stanislaw Lem
A walk in the footsteps of Stanislaw Lem, a screening of “The Congress” and a debate titled “Futurological Congress – the world within a system of universal charity” will be among the main attractions of the events marking the 95th anniversary of Stanislaw Lem’s birth.
Polish novel gets Man Booker Prize nomination
“Swallowing Mercury” by Wioletta Greg is among 13 books nominated for the 2017 International Man Booker Prize.
“Echoes of Tattered Tongues” wins gold in prestigious Benjamin Franklin Awards
“Echoes of Tattered Tongues. Memory Unfolded” by John Z. Guzlowski (Aquila Polonica Publishing, 2016) was named the winner of the Gold Award for Poetry in the 2017 Benjamin Franklin Awards. The gold winners were announced during a gala dinner ceremony at the Historic Benson Hotel in Portland, Oregon.