Tadeusz Różewicz's Gala
Kiszka & Kershaw hand-picked by the Queen of Crime
Seminars on contemporary emigration & its literary and artistic representations
By Slavs and Tatars
'RIP Nordic crimes, here come the Poles'
How feminist sympathies have shaped Polish literature, film and language
Everybody's life is riddled with secrets...
Poland's best profiler taking on a killer who likes to play games
Seminal work of Poland's foremost living writer
Epic new collection of poems
'They came for me in November nineteen fifty-one and took me to Mokotow prison.'
A tale of a doomed love affair and a profound meditation on the limits of gender stereotypes
The power of visual expression
Sensational portrait of Francisco de Goya and his toxic relationship with his son
An extraordinary love story, from the Warsaw Ghetto to Israel