Future reading

Fiction

Tadeusz Borowski, This Wat for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen, Penguin Modern Classics, 1992, Jan Kott introduction, trans. Barbara Vedder and Michael Kandel, Selection of short stories from various editions / Wspomniena, Wiersze, Opowiadania, Panstwowy Instytut Wydawniczy (Biblioteka lektur szkolnych) 1977

Dorota Maslowska, A Couple of Poor Polish-speaking Romanians; Oberon Modern Plays, 2008

Zofia Nalkowska, Choucas; University of Chicago Press, 2014

Grazyna Plebanek, Illegal Liaisons; Stork Press, 2013Isaac Bashevis Singer, Family Moscat; English ed. Vintage, 2000

Andrzej Stasiuk, Tales of Galicia, trans. Margarita Nafpaktitis, Twisted Spoon Press, 2003; Opowiadania Galicyjskie, 1995

Maryla Szymiczkowa, Mrs Mohr Goes Missing, translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones, Mariner/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020

Michal Witkowski, Love Town, trans. W. Martin

Non fiction:  (reportage / documentary / history)

Miron Bialoszewski, Dziennik Powstania Warszawskiego, Diary of the Warsaw Uprising, New York Review of Books Classics, 2015

Artur Domaslowski, Ryszard Kapuscisnki: A Life, trans. A Lloyd-Jones, Verso 2012, Kapuscinsk, Non-fiction, 2010 Swiat Ksiazki

Jacek Hugo-Bader, White Fever: A Journey to the Frozen Heart of Siberia, 2012

Marci Shore, The Taste of Ashes: The After Life of Totalitarianism in Eastern Europe: Heinemann, 2013

Witold Szablowski, Dancing Bears: Reportage from the Transformation Era, Penguin Random House, to be published in 2016.

Agata Tuszynska, Vera Gran: The Accused, trans. Charles Ruas, Knopf Publishing Group 2013 (translated from French translation by Isabelle Jannes-Kalinowski), Oskarżona Wera Gran.

Adam Zamoyski, Warsaw 1920 Lenin’s Failed Conquest of Europe, 2008

Poetry

Agnieszka Kuciak, trans. Karen Kovacik, Distant Lands: An Anthology of Poets Who Don’t Exist, White Pine Press 2013

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