Ryszard Kapuscinski, Poland’s most celebrated journalist and author, was born in 1932. His first book, Busz po polsku [Bush in Polish] appeared in 1962 and was an immediate bestseller. Many of his later works, which include The Emperor, Another Day of Life, The Soccer War, Shah of Shahs, Imperium, The Shadow of the Sun and Travels with Herodotus, have been translated into 31 languages and become part of the modern canon. He was, moreover, a poet, and published his poetry throughout his fifty-year writing career. One of the most acclaimed writers of our time, KapuíciÕski died in Warsaw in January 2007.
Thirsty: A Biblioasis Miscellany
- IN THE MEDIA: Events & Press!April 18, 2018 - 11:04 am
Spring 401 Tour Our Spring 401 Tour kicked off last night and we’re readying the Bibliomanse as Paige Cooper, Amanda Jernigan, Rachel Lebowitz, and Richard Sanger make their way west, spreading brilliance and shiny new books all across the land. You can catch this super squad tonight in Hamilton (Epic Books, 7 pm), Thursday in […]