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AMERICAN BOOK TOUR GRZEGORZ WROBLEWSKI AND PIOTR GWIAZDA



  • If you are in the U.S. and near these cities (NY, MA, RI) then try to catch Grzegorz Wroblewski and Piotr Gwiazda (translator) on their American book tour!!!



  • Grzegorz Wróblewski and Piotr Gwiazda, poet and translator of KOPENHAGA —

    • Friday, April 4, Columbia University, East Central European Center and Department of Slavic Languages, 4 p.m., International Affairs Building, 420 West 118th Street, Room 1219, New York, New York.
    • Sunday, April 6, Cambridge Public Library, 2 p.m., 449 Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
    • Monday, April 7, Rhode Island School of Design, Department of Literary Arts & Studies and Division of Liberal Arts, 7 p.m., Old Library, 2 College Street, Providence, Rhode Island.
    • Tuesday, April 8, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 7:30 p.m. Herter Hall, 161 Presidents Drive, Amherst, Massachusetts.




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