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Beatrice Smigasiewicz

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Beatrice Smigasiewicz

Beatrice Smigasiewicz’s translation of Stanisław Czycz’sI Don’t Know What To Tell You,” appeared recently in Denver Quarterly, (Spring 2010). She is working on a short story, In the Farmlands of the Almost Czech Republic, and a translation from Zygmunt Haupt’s Baskijski Diabeł (Basque Demon).

 

 

 

Articles by Beatrice Smigasiewicz

Writing from Hungary: An Introduction
By Beatrice Smigasiewicz
I saw a movie the other day, Cold Souls by Sophie Barthes, in which I caught the following dialogue:  “I’m working on a play. 'Uncle Vanya.'”  “I . . . I know…
A Thousand
By Adam Wiedemann
We exist on innumerable photographs. Whoever you areyou exist. In a country landscape there is no placefor sublime pleasures of the soul. Whoever’s tired of the citythis, or some other, can go to the…
Translated from Polish by Beatrice Smigasiewicz
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