Second issue of WWoL published!

Womenā€™s Writing Online wants to serve as a forum for literary, cultural and feminist research, but from the very beginning we have also been looking into the possibility of publishing fictional texts and translations on our website. Now we are happy and proud to publish Izabela Filipiakā€™s My Life as a Rabbit, translated into English by Karen Kovacik and Izabela Filipak as the long waited second issue of WWoL.

Enjoy Filipiakā€™s drama in English here.

Read also Urszula Chowaniecā€™s introduction Who is Afraid of Izabela Filipiak?

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