Building a Better World With Words #4: Krakow

Building a Better World With Words #4: Krakow

Mandatory quarantine surprised us in mid-March. Our eight-person team working in the Kraków Festival Office, an operator of the Krakow UNESCO City of Literature title has been separated not only from the daily routine, but also from each other. Immediately it turned...
Poetic Encounters in Krakow

Poetic Encounters in Krakow

To mark the XII UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) Meeting in Krakow and Katowice last weekend, we contributed to the project ‘Poetic Encounters’, initiated by Heidelberg UNESCO City of Literature and Fabriano UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art, to produce a...
Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Becoming a UNESCO City of Literature is about becoming part of a global network of cities, each a centre of international literary excellence, handpicked by UNESCO.  We’re delighted to work with other cities, and there is a constant process of sharing ideas,...
Building a Better World With Words #4: Krakow

Krakow: Guest Post by Gareth Morgan

Gareth Morgan is a dramaturg based out of Nottingham Playhouse, and has just been confirmed as a Roosevelt Scholar which will see him travelling in the Southwest of the US looking at how primary-aged children learn English & develop a love of reading, with a...