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Two Poets in Translation: Anna Adamowicz & Linda Maria Baros

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Anna Adamowicz & Linda Maria Baros (moderated by Sarah Byrne)

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Anna Adamowicz (born in 1993 in Lubin, Poland) is a medical laboratory scientist, poet, and author of three volumes of poetry: Wątpia (2016), Animalia (2019) and Nebula (2020). Her poems have been translated into English, Russian, Czech, Hungarian and Slovenian. She lives and works in Wrocław. She was nominated for the Gdynia Literary Prize for her debut poetry volume Wątpia and for WARTO – the Cultural Award of “Gazeta Wyborcza” Journal for her second poetry volume Animalia. Buy Nebula from Lubimyczytać.pl.

Linda Maria Baros (1981) has published six collections of poetry and was awarded the Poetical Calling Prize 2004 and the prestigious Apollinaire Prize 2007. She has written two plays, as well as two literary studies, and translated over thirty books. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the Sorbonne University. In Paris, where she lives, she is general secretary of the Comparative Literature College, director of the Festival franco-anglais de poésie / French-English Poetry Festival and is editor in chief of the international poetry and visual art review La Traductière. Buy The House In Razor Blades from Librairie Larcelet and visit the poet's website.

Sarah Byrne (moderator) is an Irish writer, editor and mime artist based in Paris. She has been looking for her dog since 1984. She is founder of the arts organisation The Well Review.

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