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Thu 02 August 2012
With the stories from Maud Vanhauwaert, Witold Szablowski and Andrzej Stasiuk, the literary component of citybooks Lublin is complete. Thanks to Marcin Wroński, there is now also a Polish text about Chartres. Wroński, from Lublin, travelled to France in the spring of 2012 and wrote Postcards from Chartres.
In collaboration with deBuren, partner organization TEK organized a photography competition in Lublin. Hanna Bytniewska emerged from the entrants as the winner, and you can view her winning photos here. Hanna chose Chartres as the destination for her prize city trip. For reading material, she can take along the citybook of her fellow townsman, who wrote the story Postcards from Chartres during his residency in the cathedral city. During his residency, Wroński kept a blog.
With Stations in Lublin, Maud Vanhauwaert wrote the fifth and final citybook about this Polish city. Her Dutch text is currently being translated into English, French and Polish.
And now you can also find Arnon Grunberg’s citybook A Reported Offence online in Polish! The stories from Lublin will shortly also be available as podcasts in all four languages.
You can read two articles about the citybooks by Szabłowski en Stasiuk here. (In Polish):
Finally, keep an eye on this website if you want to find out about citybooks prize winner An Vandermeulen’s forthcoming experiences in Lublin!
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