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23.10.18
"Ignacy Jan Paderewski – Icon of Independence", 100th Anniversary of Regaining Polish Independence
As part of the international celebration of the 100th anniversary of regaining Polish independence, on November 15-19, a Polish-American project titled "Ignacy Jan Paderewski – Icon of Independence" will be presented in New York. The program includes a series of cultural events: concerts, recitals, shows, lectures and meetings with artists, which will take place in the festiv More»


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03.18.2016

Scattering The Dark: An Anthology of Polish Women Poets

"Polish poetry is one of the great poetries of the world, and these cosmopolitan, multilingual poets speak to each other - and to us - across the decades, overcoming a great silence, redirecting the myths, reimagining the role of the poet, and the nature of poetry itself. Scattering the Dark is a useful, subversive, even necessary anthology." - Edward Hirsch

Join five of Poland’s leading contemporary women poets to celebrate this one-of-a-kind collection. Scattering the Dark (White Pine Press, 2016) features work by 31 women spanning the decades of Poland’s lively modern history, writing before and after the fall of Communism. The anthology juxtaposes poets of different generations, regions and sensibilities, writing about topics such as history, dreams, the art of poetry, national myths and notions of home.

Ewa Chruściel, Krystyna Dąbrowska, Julia Fiedorczuk, Agnieszka Mirahina, and Izabela Morska will join anthology editor Karen Kovacik for an evening of readings, a discussion, and a Q&A, followed by a drinks reception and book signing.

The evening is co-presented by The Brooklyn Rail and its online journal of international literature, InTranslation. It is hosted by The Landing in their beautiful space in Brooklyn’s creative industry hub, Industry City in Sunset Park.

"Scattering the Dark: An Anthology of Polish Women Poets" is co-presented by the Polish Cultural Institute New York, InTranslation, The Brooklyn Rail, The Landing, and White Pine Press.

Featuring:

  • Ewa Chruściel
  • Krystyna Dąbrowska
  • Julia Fiedorczuk
  • Agnieszka Mirahina
  • Izabela Morska

WHAT: SCATTERING THE DARK: AN ANTHOLOGY OF POLISH WOMEN POETS
WHEN: Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 7:00 pm
WHERE: The Landing at Industry City
220 36th Street, Ground Floor, Building 2, Brooklyn, NY
DIRECTIONS: Take the D, N or R trains to 36th St. , walk toward 3rd Avenue, and follow the signs to the venue

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