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13 April 2018

EUPL Winner Makis Tsitas on book tour through Poland 17 - 21 April 2018

Makis Tsitas, EUPL 2014 winner from Greece, is embarking on an exciting book tour through Poland to promote the Polish translation of his book Μάρτυς μου ο Θεός (God is my witness). The tour, which has been organised by the publishing house Książkowe Klimaty, will take place between 17 and 21 April and include stops in 5 Polish cities - Warsaw, Kraków, Kutno, Poznań and Wrocławsk - in as many days.

Please find below the detailed schedule of the events planned, which are all open to the public:

17 April at 18:00: Literature at the EC Representation in Poland
(Jasna St., Warsaw, Jasna St. 14/16a)

This event is part of "Literatura na Jasnej" - a series of events designed to bring literary works to European readers, while promoting cultural exchange and fostering a better understanding between the citizens of the European Union.

There will be a moderated talk with Makis Tsitas and Prof. Michał Bzinkowski (translator), hosted by Michał Nogaś with a reading by ndrzej Mastalerz, actor and lecturer at Warsaw Film School. Symultanic interpretation Greek-Polish will be provided.

For more information and registration, please follow this link.

18 April 19.00 Meeting with the readers at Spółdzielnia “Ogniwo”
(Paulińska St.,28 / LU, 1st floor)

Host: Łukasz Wojtusik, guest: Michał Bzinkowski, translator: Rita Winiarska
(moderated talk, Q&As, book signing; consecutive translation Greek-Polish)

19 April at 18:00 – 19:30 Meeting at Town Library

Host: Kama Buchalska, translator: Barbara Klik
(moderated talk, Q&As; consecutive translation Greek-Polish)

20 April at 19:30 at ZEMSTA (Fredro St., 5/3A, Poznan)

Meeting with the readers
(moderated talk, Q&As; consecutive translation Greek-Polish)

21 April at 18:00 – meeting at MEDIATEKA
(PROZA, Wrocławski Dom Literatury)

Host: Michał Bzinkowski, translator: Nina Trzaska
(moderated talk, Q&As; consecutive translation Greek-Polish)