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God’s blundersis a collection of over 50 poems by a famous Polish lyricist, librettist and poet Jacek Cygan. The afterword has been written by Tadeusz Nyczek, renowned literary, theatre and art critic.

Monika Bułaj is an independent photographer, writer and documentarian who explores the spiritual edges of Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, such as rituals, pilgrimages, dances, the cult of the dead, trance and possession rituals.

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Fortinbras Gets Drunk– Janusz Głowacki’s first play written in exile - is a tragifarce retelling the story of 'Hamlet' from the Norwegian point of view. The play’s theme is power; the author admits that in 1983 when he was writing it, Fortinbras  could have easily been interpreted as an all-too-obvious political allusion to the predicament of Poland at the time.

The fascinating story about Jerzy Skarżyński, his life and artistic activity, told by him in the last months before his death in January 2004, written down by Katarzyna Filimoniuk.

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The mass execution of Polish officers by the Soviets in Katyń was one of the most tragic events in World War II. In his book the author Ołeksandr Zinczenko – historian, consultant  to the president of the Ukrainian Memorial Institute – concentrates on that part of the tragedy which took place in the Ukraine itself.

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The phenomenon of highway robbery as a part of the Carpathian folklore has fascinated many for years. This book features 37 most (in)famous head bandits (harnaś in Polish) who operated in the Carpathian Mountains from the 16th until the 19th century, some of them brazenly venturing as far as Moravia, Silesia, Podole or even Cracow and Przemyśl.

A collection of 65 folk and literary stories newly written by Bartłomiej Grzegorz Sala.

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“Devil Knows” is a continuation of “Devil and Company”, which was presented with the 2014 Best Polish Book for Children Award at the Children’s Literature Festival. It was created by a collaborating duet: a famous author of literature for children and adults, Agnieszka Taborska, and an accomplished illustrator and designer, Lech Majewski.

This richly illustrated book by Alina Kręcisz provides several accounts from a journey to the island of Sri Lanka, following the footsteps of famous individuals from the turn of the 20th century — Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz and Bronisław Malinowski.

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A collection of 40 poems by Nobel Prize Laureate Wisława Szymborska, containing parallel translations into Ukrainian by Andrij Sawenec. The book's original graphic layout and illustrations have been inspired by the Poet's work, and are the creations of two Lvov designers, Romana Romanyshin and Andrew Lesiv. It is yet another publishing project following the excedingly popular Zielniki (Herbals), which combines the poetry of Wisława Szymborska with interesting visual art.

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The book by Olgierd Budrewicz and Wiesław Ochman is a record of an extended conversation the two autors. Countless anecdotes from the fascinating lives of the authors - one a traveler, journalist and explorer, the other a world-famous opera singer – interwine to present, their uniquely personal, political and social history of the past few decades.

From the Skirt to the Trousers. History of Men’s Fashion,the latest book by Krzysztof Łoszewski, is an unusual look at the world of men’s fashion from its earliest beginnings to the present day.