An old legend about a knight and a blacksmith, told as a short fairy tale by a much-loved Polish children’s author.
The pandemic has been difficult for many, especially when marital problems arise. A writer retells the story of one of his friends.
One of our authors imagines the encounters of various Swedes – and a Pole! – with a mythical imp known as Pukke.
As the pandemic continues, one of our contributors imagines a future in which social isolation, lockdown and climate change have all become the new normal.
In this short story from Paweł Huelle’s “Talita”, a Jewish man with a beautiful voice takes a walk along the riverside on a sunny day in Poland.
A short story set in 2040, when due to global warming Iceland’s climate becomes vastly colder and harsher. A biology teacher disappears during a school trip and her daughter starts to search for her.
In this extract from Miha Mazzini’s “Erased”, two Slovenians have an unpleasant surprise when trying to return to an apartment in Ljubljana.
We imagine how Captain Nemo might have looked, had he been a Polish aristocrat fighting Russian tyranny, as Jules Verne originally intended in “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”.
In this extract from Juliusz Strachota’s “A Polish Tourist in the USSR” the protagonist makes his way to Crimea with the help of a childhood guide book.
Our writer imagines a situation in which the world ends – by returning every animate and inanimate thing to its beginning.
Pierwszy odcinek nowej powieści Stanisława Lema opowiadającej o pierwszej wyprawie poza nasz układ słoneczny, która odbywa się jedenaście wieków później, w roku 3123.