Dreaming (Śnienie)

Marta Zelwan (Author) Agnieszka Brzezanska (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$22.00
Publisher
Glossarium: Unsilenced Texts
Publish Date
February 27, 2019
Pages
170
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.39 X 9.0 inches | 0.57 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781946031457
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About the Author

Marta Zelwan is a Polish writer based in Warsaw. She has published nine books, including collections of poetry, prose, and essays. Two of her books have been nominated for the Nike Award, Poland's most prestigious literary award, and she has won the Iskry Press Prize, the Literature Foundation Prize, the Stanislaw Piętak Prize, and the Edward Stachura Prize, as well as the Culture Foundation Prize.
Agnieszka Brzezanska (born 1972, in Gdańsk) is a Polish artist based in Warsaw.
Victoria Miluch is a fiction writer and translator. Her stories have appeared in such publications as Passages North, The Southeast Review, and The Adroit Journal, and her translations can be found in Asymptote and the Denver Quarterly. A recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, she now lives abroad.

Reviews

"An astounding book about dreaming and about dreams--dreams of God, dreams of falling, dreams of Russia and of China; dreams of death. Everything is in here: fish mandalas in the sky; Cathars on clifftops; angels on the streets of Warsaw; Castaneda and Gurdjieff and the I Ching; chakras and human sacrifices; popes and Nazis and President Bill Clinton. Reading it is pure delight--you never know what extraordinary image, mind-bending concept, or stunning
juxtaposition will come next. All is held together by a controlled and compelling narratorial voice brilliantly rendered into English by translator Victoria Miluch, who has perfectly captured Zelwan's heady mix of memory, spirituality, philosophy, and sheer psychic energy. A marvel!" - Bill Johnston, award winning translator of Pan Tadeusz.