Literary Review

Luty 2024

2024 marks the fifth anniversary of Wrocław’s membership in UNESCO Creative Cities Network as a City of Literature. We look back at that time with mixed feelings… It all started in the best possible way: with the news of the Nobel Prize in Literature for Wrocław resident, Olga Tokarczuk, almost coinciding with the acceptance into the Network. But then COVID-19 happened, and the lockdown which transformed the way in which we think about and ‘produce’ culture, and then Russia launched the full-scale aggression on Ukraine, which again transformed our city (flooded with war refugees, among them both readers and writers), and then the economic crisis deepened.

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Wrocław Literature House

Wrocław Literature House is a cultural institution established as part of the European Capital of Culture Wrocław 2016. It organizes a variety of literary events: meetings with authors at Club Proza, educational projects, a book fair, book publishing and festivals and awards. It cooperates on behalf of the city with Olga Tokarczuk Foundation and coordinates international projects, among them Wrocław UNESCO City of Literature.

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Club Proza

Literary meetings, cultural events, excellent coffee, cold drinks and a lot of books. You can find it all in Club Proza, managed by Wrocław Literature House, where festivals, concerts, debates and book premieres with the participation of the most popular authors are organised. During spring and summer, Proza also opens two outdoor gardens, in Przejście Garncarskie and on the Market Square.

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Wrocław Literature House on YouTube

Meetings with writers, discussions, debates, open mike poetry competitions and literary galas – check out the YouTube channel of Wrocław Literature House. Established in 2021, it is the most popular literary channel managed by a cultural institution in Poland (over 5000 subscribers), publishing c. 200 videos a year, and reaching Polish readers around the world.

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