Kamila Janiak at the festival Transpoesie 10 – Let’s go Vir(tu)al
Kamila Janiak will participate this year in the 10th edition of the poetry festival TRANSPOESIE organized by EUNIC Brussels.
This year, all readings will take place online and will be broadcasted on the event’s website and on social media.
To enter the world of Kamila Janiak join us on October 14, 2020 at 8:00 pm. You can already register on the festival’s website.
About Kamila Janiak:
Polish poet and vocalist, Kamila Janiak is better known under the pseudonym Daisy Kowalsky. She is the author of four poetry books. Her debut volume of poetry ” frajerom śmierć i inne historie” [death to the suckers and the other stories] was published in 2007. Two years later, the Modern Art Means Modern Artist Language Foundation (MAMMAL) published her second book ” kto zabił bambi? [who killed bambi?]. In 2016 she published her third collection of poems “zwęglona jantar” [carbonated jantar]. Her latest volume of poetry “wiersze przeciwko ludzkości” [poems against humanity] was published in 2018 for which the author was nominated for the Wrocław Silesius Poetic Award, as well as for the Wisława Szymborska Poetic Award. Her poems were included in the anthology of women’s poetry “Solistki” as well as in the anthology presenting the most interesting new trends in Polish poetry “Zebrało się śliny”. Her works are included in the collection “Awangarda jest rewolucyjna albo nie ma jej wcale” and in the anthology of Polish film poems “Zawrót Głowy”. She sings in four bands: Krůk (ritual, electronica, alternative), Das Moon (electro-industrial), We Hate Roses (grunge), Tak Zwani Mordercy (acoustic grunge) and Delira & Kompany (heavy folk).
About the festival:
The TRANSPOESIE poetry festival is organised for the tenth consecutive year by EUNIC Brussels, the European Union National Institutes for Culture based in the Belgian capital. This year, the reading events will go virtual – sharing European poetry to audiences around the world, starting with the opening event on 23 September.
More information: http://transpoesie.eu/#about