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ADAM CZERNIAWSKI is a Polish poet living in Wales. Publications in English include Scenes from a Disturbed Childhood, The Invention of Poetry and Firing the Canon. He was awarded the Gold Cross for Merit by the Republic of Poland in 2015.
Adam Czerniawski's work featured in PN Review comprises two reports, one contribution of poetry, and four articles, over a period of 17 years. Also available are one review of Adam Czerniawski's work and one translation by Adam Czerniawski.
Article in PN Review 129 (1999) Absurdity and Poetry
Article in PN Review 139 (2001) Is There Everything and Is Everything There?
Article in PN Review 150 (2003) Holy Heraclitus
Reviewed by in PN Review 170 (2006)on Adam Czerniawski
Article in PN Review 181 (2008) A Dutch Master for our Times?
Poetry Collection in PN Review 214 (2013) 'Babylon V' and Other Poems
Report in PN Review 216 (2014) Norwid and I
Report in PN Review 224 (2015) Anne Cluysenaar