1 hr 44 min

Polish writer Marcin Wilk talks to Joe Hedinger from The Book Hive The Writing Life

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Our Imagining the City series continues with virtual writer in residence Marcin Wilk, at home in Krakow, talking to bookseller Joe Hedinger from Norwich's famous Book Hive bookshop. Marcin is a non-fiction writer and has written two biographies of famous Polish women and a history of Poland in the year before World War 2. They talk about writing in the pandemic, Polish culture and history, how to be organised when you're very busy, his love of Virginia Woolf and much more.


Audio quality is a little lower than usual due to irritating technical glitches - apologies


You can find out more about Imagining the City and read Marcin's articles here: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/imagining-the-city/


Find out more about our City of Literature strand at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival: http://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/cityoflit-21/


Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/3G39dRW 


Hosted by Simon Jones and Steph McKenna.


Music by Bennet Maples.

Our Imagining the City series continues with virtual writer in residence Marcin Wilk, at home in Krakow, talking to bookseller Joe Hedinger from Norwich's famous Book Hive bookshop. Marcin is a non-fiction writer and has written two biographies of famous Polish women and a history of Poland in the year before World War 2. They talk about writing in the pandemic, Polish culture and history, how to be organised when you're very busy, his love of Virginia Woolf and much more.


Audio quality is a little lower than usual due to irritating technical glitches - apologies


You can find out more about Imagining the City and read Marcin's articles here: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/imagining-the-city/


Find out more about our City of Literature strand at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival: http://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/cityoflit-21/


Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/3G39dRW 


Hosted by Simon Jones and Steph McKenna.


Music by Bennet Maples.

1 hr 44 min