Waves of Migration: Polish Poetry in Exile

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Mar 18, 2014 ZPPnO

Waves of Migration: Polish Poetry in Exile

Wioletta Grzegorzewska, Maria Jastrzebska, Anna Maria Mickiewicz, Katarzyna Zechenter

 

Monday 7 April, 7.30pm
The Poetry Cafe
22 Betterton Street
London WC2H 9BX
Tickets: ?4 / members ?2
Exiled Writers Ink present:
Wioletta Grzegorzewska
arrived from Czestochowa, leaving behind the upheavals and excitement of post-communist Poland to find inspiration along quieter shores on the Isle of Wight.
Maria Jastrzębska
her poems journey from tender childhood memories to deeply human awareness of sexuality, identity and language.
Anna Maria Mickiewicz
writes succinct poems presenting a story, a sense of place, an atmosphere, in just a few lines.

Chaired by Katarzyna Zechenter
whose intelligent and thoughtful poems combine wisdom with humour and irony in order to create distance without negation or nihilism. 

Hosted by David Clark            
who loves dancing in squares in Krakow and writing about his travels….


Do arrive early as spaces are limited. 

Café open for coffee and snacks all evening.

 
 
Magda Raczynska
Head of Literature
 
Polish Cultural Institute
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London W1F 7LX
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