19 October 2012 A city of poets online

"It is a forge of talents in the heart of Europe, famous for poetry, literature and a unique climate for creation. The authors of Reading Malopolska, a new online place for literary travellers, encourage the discovery of literary Krakow and its surroundings, following the traces of Lem, Mrożek and Miłosz," Anna Legierska writes on the Culture.pl portal.

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Reading Malopolska is a project envisaged for the years 2007-2013 and supported with the funds of the Malopolska Regional Operational Programme, under which Malopolska and its capital Krakow want to communicate their literary heritage and participate in the building of a network of co-operation of creative regions in the field of literature. Within the framework of the Reading Malopolska programme, a series of promotional activities has been planned, aimed at emphasising the literary potential of the region. In October 2012 and in May 2013, international conferences will be held with the participation of outstanding panellists representing the most vital cultural centres and institutions of literary life worldwide, including the UNESCO Cities of Literature, ICORN and PEN International.

The project Literacka Małopolska is co-financed by the European Union as part of the The Malopolska Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013 ERDF.