Tomasz Sobieraj, born in 1964 in Lodz, Poland. Writer, poet, essayist, literary critic and – last but not least – photographer. Studied at Lodz University, MA in geography. His photographs are usually sequences, essays, short stories, made traditionally - with camera, on film, not electronically manipulated. He often uses self-made pinhole cameras. Exhibitions in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Lithuania, Serbia, Belgium, Great Britain. Books: The Game (poetry, 2008), Panopticon (short stories, 2009), War of Flowers (poetry, 2009), General Theory of Autumn (novel, 2010); numerous articles and essays about photography and literature in Polish cultural magazines.
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Ogólna teoria jesieni [General theory of autumn]
by Tomasz Sobieraj
Twenty short stories balancing between realism, weird realism and dreamy atmosphere, known from Kafka and Schulz; amazing, poetic book, where beauty of darkness is mixed with the beauty of lightness; it's not a Kafka's plaint - it's a celebration, it's a lust, it's a mystery.
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