21.03.2024 Events, Literature

Literary event with Julia Fiedorczuk

Online meeting with one of the most respected writers and poets in Poland – Julia Fiedorczuk.

What is the role of literature today? How do the writer and poet describe man’s relationship with nature and the world? During an online meeting with Polish writer and poet Julia Fiedorczuk, we will ask her, among others: why she started learning Hebrew and where her journey with the language of the Bible took her?

In Fiedorczuk’s latest novel entitled “Orion’s House” follows the intriguing and mysterious intertwining of the fates of people, animals, minerals and stars, which are in constant motion. We will soon talk to the author about the cosmic bridge connecting man with nature, love for Szymborska’s work and a number of other topics.

Additional information about Julia Fiedorczuk


The event will take place on March 21 (Thursday) at 7:00 p.m. Israel time (6:00 p.m. Polish time) via Zoom.

Registration for the event


Participants of the event are invited to read the books by Julia Fiedorczuk, which they can loan as follows:

– visiting the IP library (Mondays 9-16 or Fridays 9-13:30)

– loaning an e-book

For loaning of the books of further details about the event please contact us by e-mail at: telaviv.librarian@instytutpolski.pl


Julia Fiedorczuk (born 1975) is a Polish poet, writer, translator and literary critic, professor and an academic teacher at the Institute of English Studies at the University of Warsaw and co-founder (together with Filip Springer) of the School of Ecopoetics at the Institute of Reportage, winner of the The Wisława Szymborska Award in 2018.

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