Scattering the Dark: Celebrating the New Generation of Female Polish Poets

a conversation with Bob Hass and reading by Krystyna Dabrowska, Izabela Morska, and Julia Fiedorczuk
315 Wheeler Hall (Maude Fife Room)
Tuesday, March 29
6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
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Scattering the Dark: Celebrating the New Generation of Female Polish Poets

a conversation with Bob Hass and reading by poets Julia Fiedorczuk, Izabela Morska, and Krystyna Dabrowska

JULIA FIEDORCZUK is the author of five collections of poetry, a novel, and Ekopoetyka/Ecopoética/Ecopoetics, which she co-authored with Mexican poet Gerardo Beltrán. She teaches at the University of Warsaw..

IZABELA MORSKA has published collections of poems, a play about transgender writer Maria Komornicka, and a critical study, Glorious Outlaws: Debt as a Tool in Postcolonial Fiction. She has been an affiliated scholar at UC Berkeley.

KRYSTYNA DABROWSKA studied graphics arts at the University of Warsaw and has translated the poetry of William Carlos Williams, Thomas Hardy, and Charles Simic. Her three books of poems have won a number of literary awards, including The Szymborska Prize.

Reception to follow

SPONSORED BY THE DEPARTMENTS OF ENGLISH AND SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

 

 

 


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