2015 Vol. 7 No. 2 — Summer
In 2010, the International Theatre Institute gave Monique Stalens the Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz Award. How fitting, because it was Witkacy (Witkiewicz) who spoke of theatre as a strange dream, unfathomable, unlike anything else in the world. Such was Stalens’ life.
2014 Vol. 6 No. 3 — Fall-Winter / Books
A poetic Babuszka: No word in English turns/a scarf into a grandmother
2014 Vol. 6 No. 3 — Fall-Winter / Interviews
Growing up in “a port of entry neighborhood,” Stuart Dybek added magic to realism in the divide between “American reality and immigrant soul.”
2014 Vol. 6 No. 2 — Summer / Interviews
When she was eleven, Joanna Trzeciak sent Szymborska a poem, beginning a lifelong correspondence. To meet Różewicz, she plotted an accidental meeting in a park. A true lover of poetry obviously doesn’t just leave things to chance.
2014 Vol. 6 No. 1 — Winter-Spring / Features
Her monumental sculptures sometimes resemble fractured bedrock on the surface of the earth, but she can also craft cedar to resemble handmade lace. Agnieszka Tworek profiles the artist, and her work.
2013 Vol. 5 No. 3 — Fall / Features
Not only wars, argues Monika Zofia Pauli, but reckless human actions can destroy our historical environment.
She favors preservation rather than demolition: “…because the greenest building is one that is already built.”
2013 Vol. 5 No. 3 — Fall / Books
Mark and Sharon Duffield remember the fireflies that illuminated their childhood; Monika Zofia Pauli’s illustrations illuminate their book.