Marta Dziurosz

Literary translator from English to Polish and from Polish to English. She lives in the United Kingdom.
Staying in the Black
Art + Stories
Art

Staying in the Black

For the impressionists, the color black was the black sheep of the art world, but looking at the entire history of painting, it should really be considered the dark horse.
Karol Sienkiewicz
Sit! Pose!
World + People
Dreams and Visions

Sit! Pose!

Dogs are known for their fidelity. But what about the fidelity of drawings and paintings that depict them? 
Michał Książek
The Trickster from Prague
Art + Stories
Experiences

The Trickster from Prague

There are countries in the world where an artist like David Černý would have long been in prison—or worse. But in the Czech Republic, this creator with no respect for all that the nation holds sacred is celebrated as the country’s most famous contemporary sculptor.  
Stach Szabłowski
Cosmic Transmissions – Small Star
World + People
Outer Space

Cosmic Transmissions – Small Star

News from Earth and outer space, including the race between Jupiter and Saturn, fanciful radio bursts, and the slow unveiling of invisible galaxies.
Łukasz Kaniewski
A Cream-Colored Bear
World + People
Nature

A Cream-Colored Bear

Far from being a cuddly white teddy, the polar bear is the largest land predator on Earth. It is essential that they are protected from the changing climate—and humans.
Mikołaj Golachowski
Cosmic Transmissions (Winter, 2022)
World + People
Science

Cosmic Transmissions (Winter, 2022)

Our quarterly communication of news from Earth and outer space, including the birth of the moon, a forgery of Galileo, and the truth behind UFOs.
Łukasz Kaniewski
Alleyways of Trust
Art + Stories
Experiences

Alleyways of Trust

The Syrian capital—built as a social network of streets and souks—was torn apart by the civil war. Yet slowly, the city is opening up once again.
Paulina Wilk
Never Outfoxed
World + People
Nature

Never Outfoxed

Foxes are a remarkable species whose intelligence and pragmatism has led to them becoming the most widespread land predatory mammals on Earth.
Mikołaj Golachowski
In the Storm Kingdom
World + People
Nature

In the Storm Kingdom

Owing to its geography, the southernmost continent experiences the planet’s strongest air currents, meaning there’s never a dull moment.
Mikołaj Golachowski
Cosmic Transmissions (Fall, 2022)
World + People
Outer Space

Cosmic Transmissions (Fall, 2022)

Our quarterly communication of news from Earth and outer space, including a wimpy particle, attempts to contact aliens, and the truth about Jupiter’s shocking past.
Łukasz Kaniewski
The Celestial Stone
Art + Stories
Experiences

The Celestial Stone

The rock with a deep blue hue has been valued since antiquity for its beautiful color, making it both a luxury product and a symbol of the gods.
Tomasz Wichrowski
The Truest Fiction
Art + Stories
Opinions

The Truest Fiction

In his latest novel “Elizabeth Finch,” British author Julian Barnes blends fact and fiction to create a compelling critique of contemporary understandings of the past.
Paulina Wilk