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Janusz Szuber

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Janusz Szuber

Janusz Szuber (1948) made a late poetic debut in 1995; he has published seventeen volumes of poetry, many of them in his home town of Sanok, as well as essays and columns. He has been the recipient of many poetry prizes, including the Barbara Sadowska Prize and the Illakowiczowna Prize.

Articles by Janusz Szuber

Tiresias’s Lesson
By Janusz Szuber
1.What futures do the oracular oakspredict for us, the prophetic cups,what horoscope do computers draw,whom do they allow to read to the end?On which continent do dolphins carrywhich islands to cities…
Translated from Polish by Alissa Valles
Tiresias’s Farewell
By Janusz Szuber
From unexpiated sinspoems are born. That’s why you sent downthickening darkness on my eyes.A spiral staircase carries me to countries under the earth –republics of shadow, kingdoms of grayness.The…
Translated from Polish by Alissa Valles