Sophie Unterman: Of Course, Survivors Are FreeAugust 2016
A writer accompanies her grandmother on a journey through sites of Holocaust remembrance.
Roslyn Bernstein: In the Shadow of AuschwitzAugust 2016
Focusing on the living at the Galicia Jewish Museum and the Jewish Community Centre in Krakow, Poland
Piotr Florczyk: Taking The Long Way HomeJune 2016
An Immigrant father-to-be ponders what homeland means to him, and what it might mean to his daughter.
Karen Kovacik: Scattering the DarkApril 2016
Piotr Florczyk interviews Polish poet, translator, professor, and editor Karen Kovacik.
Piotr Florczyk: Retracing the DecalogueMarch 2016
Remembering Kieslowski on the 20th anniversary of his death.
The OffenceMarch 2014
An excerpt from Karolina Breguła’s short film about a Hungarian town’s fear of modernity.
Lingua FrancaOctober 2013
How can you gauge recovery if you don’t allow the recovered to live? To travel? To risk?
Primeval SuperstitionsJuly 2012
Exploring minority religions in Poland, Katarzyna Majak’s images probe prejudice against witchery, questions of aging, and feminine divinity.
Jessica Porter: A Curator’s Look at Katarzyna Majak’s Women of PowerJune 2012
Haniya Rae interviews Jessica Porter on the process of curating artist Katarzyna Majak's new photography exhibition, 'Women of Power.'
Erik Raschke: A Dutch DissonanceMarch 2012
The Dutch love to chide America on its unethical domestic policy—so it’s time they looked at their own.
The Land of OśNovember 2011
The grandson of a Holocaust survivor visits the town that was home to Auschwitz.
New Girls and Room of SurprisesBy Grzegorz Wróblewski translated from the Polish by Adam Zdrodowski
Men suddenly become meek. / Damn, we all needed it badly.
The other part of truthBy Tadeusz Dąbrowski translated from the Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones
February 2010 Around Friday heaven arrives; they no longer supply / hell (it stays on the shelf too long), but I’ve got / hell at home, as well as heaven and the saints.