the best schulz on the net

http://schulzian.net is the best Schulz site on the web. It does what it says it will do: provide English speakers with the closest English translations not only of his stories but also material¬†unavailable anywhere else. There is also a fascinating interview with John Curran Davis at the weird fiction portal. I fully agree with him […]

A European from Drohobycz: New Discoveries in the Life of Bruno Schulz

Historians today consistently accept that Polish literary modernism had its first and richest harvest during the 1930s with Witkacy, Witold Gombrowicz, and Bruno Schulz. This, however, was never an aligned group. Gombrowicz and Witkacy disliked each other when Schulz introduced them in Warsaw, but with their mutual friend they shared one common strategy: recognition in […]