My poetry translated into French by Alice-Catherine Carls.
Defense Mechanism reviewed in World Literature Today!
Invisible named Poetry Book Society Autumn Translation Choice 2021!
From the Annals of Kraków reviewed in World Literature Today!
In Memoriam: Adam Zagajewski (1945-2021)
Dwa tysiące słów among finalists for 2020 Wrocławska Nagroda Poetycka Silesius, in the book of the year category.
I’m in conversation with The Massachusetts Review!
I’m in conversation with Broadsided Press!
Building the Barricade awarded the 2017 Harold Morton Landon Translation Award!
Guernica publishes an interview with me.
Dean Kostos reviews East & West in Notre Dame Review!
Dublin Review of Books publishes my essay-review of City of Lions.
Building the Barricade longlisted for the 2017 Best Translated Book Award (Poetry)!
Building the Barricade longlisted for the 2017 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation!
Building the Barricade awarded the 2017 Found in Translation Award!
Textshop Experiments published my interview–on Nowa Huta and contested historical narratives–with Kinga Pozniak.
My review of Leningrad poets in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Reading and discussing poems with Lisa Grove at Poetry.LA
Jane Frazier reviews East & West in The Literary Review!
The Los Angeles Review of Books publishes my essay on monuments in concrete and verse.
Guernica publishes my latest essay, “Taking the Long Way Home.”
Monika Zobel reviews East & West in Web Del Sol Review of Books, calling it “riveting”!
Sonja James reviews East & West in The Journal!
Check out my interview with Karen Kovacik, the editor of Scattering the Dark: An Anthology of Polish Women Poets.
My essay on Krzysztof Kieślowski, “Retracing the Decalogue,” in Guernica!
Many thanks to Guernica for publishing my interview with poet Dean Kostos.
East & West now available through Amazon and University of Washington Press!
Check out this great Polish poetry feature in Jacket2!
Many thanks to Broadsided Press for publishing a poem by Anna Świrszczyńska, with artwork by Kate Baird, as a broadside!
World Literature Today names Los Angeles Sketchbook to its list of November 2015 Nota Benes!
Reviewing Los Angeles Sketchbook in The Journal, poet Sonja James calls reading it “a journey into the heart of the human condition.”
The Spring 2015 issue of Michigan Quarterly Review includes Piotr’s essay-review of Jane Hirshfield’s two latest books.
Check out the Fall/Winter 2014-15 issue of The Manhattan Review to read Piotr’s poem “Last Poem for You.”
The Fall 2014 issue of The Louisville Review includes Piotr’s essay, “The Road Ahead.”
Thanks to Gina Barnard and The California Journal of Poetics for reviewing The Folding Star and Other Poems!
Publishers Weekly loves The World Shared!