Adam Zdrodowski

Adam Zdrodowski, born in 1979, poet and translator; the author of three collections of poetry: Przygody, etc. (2005, Adventures, etc.), Jesień Zuzanny (2007, Susanna’s Autumn) and 47 lotów balonem (2013, 47 Balloon Flights). He has translated authors such as Rod Mengham (Parleys and Skirmishes), Gertrude Stein, James Schuyler, William S. Burroughs, Henry Green, Raymond Roussel, Forrest Gander, Harryette Mullen, Marcus Slease, Mark Ford and Grzegorz Wróblewski. He lives in Warsaw, Poland.

3 Poems from Wojciech Brzoska

Photograph courtesy of Justyna Gorbacz nowhere else they say we always loved each other more during the night than in the morning. when she asked me to draw back the curtain, I cheated on her with the sky and the …

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