Olga Tokarczuk receives the Nobel Prize in Literature
“Polish literature is shining in Europe”
Czech scientist confirms Shakespeare had co-author
Almost half of Henry VIII was written by someone else.
No tax on Tokarczuk’s Nobel Prize – but is it legal?
Polish Minister of Finance waives PLN 955,000 tax.
Opinion: Left-wing ideals are prized in modern art
Olga Tokarczuk receiving the Nobel Prize in Literature is proof that left-wing revisionist ideals are the accepted norm of creating a new order through literature and art
Cooperation between the Czech and Polish Book Festival
The International Book Fair and Literary Festival Book World Prague 2020 will introduce Polish authors in cooperation with the Warsaw Book Festival, which will present Czech authors in Poland.
Houellebecq becomes the yellow vests prophet
The book called Serotonin embodies all the hatred that the French controversial writer has for the EU.
Twain’s Huckleberry Finn censored
The owner of US publishing house NewSouth Books has decided to change all “nigger” words for “slave” in Mark Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. Paweł Łepkowski comments on how modern America is shackled by political correctness.
“Solaris” by Lem voted book of the centenary
Poland’s “100 Books for the 100th Anniversary of Independence” have been chosen. Science Fiction author Stanisław Lem appears at the top.