A lazybones presents his political manifesto for... laziness.
An anecdote about rescuing washed-up jellyfish can teach us a broader lesson about how we might treat the environment we live in.
Anna Świrszczyńska’s poetry undertakes a feminine revision of one of the most tragic events in Polish history, remaining timeless to this day.
Charles Bernstein’s poem “The Darkness He Called Night” is typically playful and ironic, as it toys with the literal and metaphorical meanings of darkness, light and virtue.
Interconnectedness – the idea that everything is connected with everything else – is a pertinent example of how science can meet with poetry and spirituality.
The 2019 European Parliament election results reveal an electorate in ideological flux. What does this suggest about the EU today?
To look up at the marvellous, shape-shifting clouds costs nothing, but can make you feel incredibly rich.
A previously unknown short story by science fiction author Stanisław Lem was recently discovered in his archives. A literary scholar discusses how “The Hunt” remained hidden for so long, and what the story might mean.
We have more in common with cats and dogs than some people think – especially when it comes to cheekily deceiving each other.
We imagine a world in which politicians read books, leading to a greater capacity for imagination, truth, and caring for the country.