Fiction. Kasia Buczkowska's first book is a collection of "short takes," so named by Rosanna Warren—with a quality of foreignness to the voice that forms quirky folk-tales and vignettes, urban and pastoral, IN PROSE.
Kasia Buczkowska is a writer and translator in New York City, who writes very short fiction in Polish and English. She studied English Philology at the University of Warsaw and English Literature and Film at Columbia University and she says that she fell into writing fiction, felicitously living in New York. She has published her "short takes," so named by Rosanna Warren, in Literary Imagination, Clarion, and in Przegl d Polski, the cultural supplement to Nowy Dziennik in New York, to which she also contributes articles and reviews.
Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA