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A rising star in Polish letters explores faith, eros, death and the making of poems in these deft, personal musings.
Hailed in Poland as "the hope of Polish poetry" and the inheritor of its metaphysical tradition, Dabrowski offers these "posts" from city streets and trains, his bedroom and Skype, a hospital and his own notebook, employing colloquial language to confront weighty subjects: "And right here /poetry appears, and forces a stag to bolt / in front of the hood of your car."
Tadeusz Dabrowski is the author of six books and recipient of numerous awards, and his work has been translated into 20 languages.
Antonia Lloyd-Jones's brilliant translations have twice won her the Found in Translation Award.