Benjamin Paloff’s forthcoming collection of poems, And His Orchestra, will be published in early 2015. He teaches at the University of Michigan.
Translation is not the art of failure but the art of the possible.
By privileging historical catastrophe, a new poetry anthology narrows the definition of art.
The poems of Janusz Szuber and Ewa Lipska depart from the romanticized view of Polish poetry as a witness to history.
This past March, on the closing day of an international literary conference held in Krakow, Poland, an elderly woman stood up before hundreds of scholars and admirers gathered to mark the 100th b
In 1964 an important if somewhat obscure Polish writer and public intellectual named Aleksander Wat arrived at the University of California, Berkeley, and began the work that would eventually bec