Synopses & Reviews
"Mystical, mischievous, and musical, Kuciak enchants me with the scope of her imagination, her whimsical flirtations with identity, theology, and the very nature of human existence. I am delighted by her lyrical flare, her wit, and her remarkable ability to be both one and many poets, or one poet with twenty one voices."Nin Andrews
This faux anthology of twenty-one invented poets belongs in the company of world literature's distinguished fabulistsFernando Pessoa and Italo Calvinoin blurring the boundary between the textual and actual worlds.
Agnieszka Kuciak lives in Poznan, Poland, and is the author of two collections of poetry.
This faux anthology of twenty-one invented poets belongs in the company of world literatures distinguished fabulistsFernando Pessoa and Italo Calvino.
About the Author
Agnieszka Kuciak: Agnieszka Kuciak (b. 1970) is the author of two collections of poetry, Retardacja [Delay] (2001) and Dalekie kraje: antologia poetów nieistniejacych [Distant Lands: An Anthology of Poets Who Dont Exist] (2005), both highly regarded by critics. Kuciaks work has been translated into English, Russian
Karen Kovacik: Karen Kovacik directs the creative writing program at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Shes currently editing an anthology of Polish women poets, Calling Out to Yeti.
Also a poet, shes the author of three collections of poems.