Literature without borders in the Emmigration Museum

Does emigration change the language and the perspective of a writer? Does it matter where the desk that he or she writes, stands? "Literature without borders" is a project devoted to contemporary Polish literature created abroad. Throughout the autumn, the Emigration Museum will organise meetings with the most interesting authors of Polish prose. Gdynia will play host to Manuela Gretkowska (October 3), Grazyna Plebanek (November 7), Lukasz Orbitowski (November 28) and Wioletta Grzegorzewska (December 12). Before each meeting, the Museum will invite listeners to selected public libraries in Gdynia for readings of texts of the invited authors guests by actors.

photo by Stephan Vanfleteren