Brulion


Brulion

brulion was a Polish magazine which was published in Kraków from 1986 - 1999. Its editor in chief was Robert Tekieli. Originally a quarterly of the alternative and semi-legal Polish culture, it became known for respecting no taboos and producing scandals since its ninth issue, thus becoming the voice of the underground, anti-communist Poland. The generation of "brulion" writers was influenced mainly by American poets like Frank O'Hara (that is why they're often called "o´harists"), Allen Ginsberg or John Ashbery, translated by Pietr Sommer. Another translator, Stanisław Barańczak, introduced to Poland the poetry of Philip Larkin, W. H. Auden, Robert Frost and others. "Brulion" published among others an almanac named "Przyszli barbarzyńci" ("Future barbarians"; the title comes from a poem by Konstantinos Kavafis). Therefore the "brulion" generation is also known as "barbarians".

The best known "brulion" authors

* Marcin Baran
* Miłosz Biedrzycki
* Marzena Broda
* Paweł Filas
* Natasza Goerke
* Manuela Gretkowska
* Krzysztof Jaworski
* Krzysztof Koehler
* Cezary Michalski
* Jacek Podsiadło
* Marcin Sendecki
* Marcin Świetlicki
* Olga Tokarczuk
* Grzegorz Wróblewski

References

*"Bílé propasti" ("White Abysses"), Host, Brno, 1997, p. 181-9.


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