“when I talk/ to you over the phone I like/ your tongue, when you light me/ your fresh poems.” Poem of the Week (January 20), by Agnieszka Wolny-HamkaÅ‚o. Translated from Polish by ElÅ¼bieta WÃ³jcik-Leese.Read More
Agnieszka Wolny-HamkaÅ‚o is an award-winning poet with six volumes to her name; she also writes novels, journalism and books for children. She is also known for her performance readings and her promotion of womenâ€™s writing in Poland.
“Thereâ€™s an easier way, there are/ such places: pools of spilt light cool as billycans,/ the snail-slow pulse of passing towns…” Poem of the Week (2 December), by Agnieszka Wolny-HamkaÅ‚o. Translated from Polish by Clare Pollard.Read More
Agnieszka Wolny-HamkaÅ‚o’s ‘FM-Biography’ in the original Polish.Read More
“Iâ€™d like to make my readers wake up in a strangerâ€™s clothes.” Agnieszka Wolny-HamkaÅ‚o, our Poet of the Month for September, talks to Maida SalkanoviÄ‡.Read More
“a postcard motif:/ white house, black key of seagulls./ The hair smells of sugar…” Poem of the Week (October 28), by Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkalo. Translated from Polish by ElÅ¼bieta WÃ³jcik-Leese.Read More