Sigute Chlebinskaite

A Lithuanian book illustrator and designer, curator of numerous exhibitions of book illustrations, initiator of The Land of Books project presented in Lithuania and throughout Europe: a festival that lets children experience directly the history of the book from clay and wax tablets, via woodblock prints, to the contemporary forms of picture books. For 13 years, as part of the Vilnius Book Fair, Sigute Chlebinskaite has run an educational programme for children You Too Can Make a Book with participation of outstanding Lithuanian and foreign illustrators. Recipient of prestigious Lithuanian and international awards, including the Most Beautiful Book of the Year and the IBBY Honour List. Recognised for the extraordinary gift of contact through art with children, which makes some call her an enchantress.


Krystyna Chołoniewska

Born in Kraków, where she lives, Chołoniewska is a graduate of Polish Philology at the Jagiellonian University, and a long-term school teacher. Author of dozens of radio plays, several theatre plays, and four books including Miejsca rzeczy zapomnianych (Places of forgotten things) presented in Rabka. Her works for children, young adults, and adults are broadcast on Polish radio and TV, shown in theatre, and have also been translated for German, Slovak, and Croatian broadcasters.

Juliusz Chrząstkowski

An actor of the National Stary Theatre, where he created over 30 memorable roles. An artist with a rich stage personality, enormous talent, and characteristic comical power. At the Stary he performed in a number of roles (notably Onufry Zagłoba in Henryk Sienkiewicz’s Trylogy directed by Jan Klata, Orcio in The Un-Divine Comedy. I'm Gonna Tell God Everything! directed by Monika Strzępka) that have brought him a great deal of awards for acting, including the Stanisław Wyspiański and the Aleksander Zelwerowicz awards.


Anna Czabanowska-Wróbel

Professor of literary studies, she lectures at the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University, where she specialises in the history of Young Poland literature and research on contemporary poetry. She set up the Centre for Children’s Literature at the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University. A former winner of the National Quiz in Polish Literature and Language, she now sits in its jury. Her scientific interests encompass the literature of Young Poland, transformations in Polish poetry from the late 19th century to contemporary times, study of poetic imagination, fairy tales in literature, and the literary theme of child and childhood.


Anna Maria Czernow

is a researcher of literature for children and adolescents, and literary critic. She has written a great deal of articles devoted to literature for children and adolescents published in collections of essays and specialist journals. Holder of an Internationale Jugendbibliothek scholarship in Munich, she has been the president of the Polish Section of IBBY since 2015. Her scientific interest is focused chiefly in theory of literature for the young reader, children’s literature classics in English and Scandinavian languages, and fantasy from the 19th to the 21st century She is working on a doctoral dissertation on carnivalisation strategies in prose fantasy for young readers in 1865–1950 (Faculty of Polish Studies of the University of Warsaw).


Anna Czerwińska-Rydel

is a musician, teacher, and author of numerous award-winning books on music, history, society and people’s lives for children and adolescents. Member of the Polish Writers’ Association (SPP) and the Polish Section of IBBY, she made Gdańsk her home. Works with children, young people, and university students, running music, educational, and therapeutic classes.


Biserka Čejović

Polish philologist, expert in librarian studies and library therapist, she graduated from secondary school of music. Works at Primary School No. 95 in Kraków and cooperates with the Institute for Educational Research. She loves to make use of musical and visual contexts in Polish lessons. Always returns to literature for children. And to Montenegro.

Katarzyna Ceklarz

ethnologist and sociologist, guide to the Beskidy mountains and the Tatras. Doctoral student at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the Jagiellonian University. Founder and Secretary of the Kulturowy Gościniec (Road of Cultures) Association. Author of a monograph on the museum in Rabka, a course book on the ethnography of southern Poland and a book on magic among Polish Highlanders: Góralskie czary. Słownik magii Podtatrza i Beskidów Zachodnich (together with Urszula Janicka-Krzywda) and a wealth of articles, notably on the culture of the Polish Highlanders (also with Urszula Janicka-Krzywda).


Marta Dybula

studied Swedish philology at the Jagiellonian University, Literary Translation at Södertörn University and, among other subjects, Swedish as a second language, Literature and Norwegian at the Stockholm university. She translates from Swedish into Polish and translated “My Happy Live” and other books about Dani written by Rose Lagercrantz and illustrated by Eva Eriksson. She translated also Martin Widmark’s and Emilia Dziubak’s book “Little Stick in Happyland” and currently works with the next project by Widmark and Dziubak. She organized an exhibition of Dziubak’s illustrations to the “Little Stick in Happyland” at Konstart gallery in Stockholm.
She teaches Swedish at the Silesian University in Katowice.


Emilia Dziubak

Author and illustrator of books, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań and debuted with her concept cookery book Gratka dla małego niejadka (2011), which was shortlisted for the finals of 4th CJ Picture Book Award in Korea. Works with Polish and foreign children’s book publishers. Winner of the 2014 City of Warsaw Literary Award for her illustrations to Przemysław Wechterowicz’s Proszę mnie przytulić, she received an honourable mention in the PTWK Most Beautiful Book of the Year Competition of 2015 for Rok w lesie, and won the Jury der jungen Leser award 2016 for illustrations to Mary Norton’s books about the Borrowers.


Barbara Gawryluk

graduate of Swedish Philology at the Jagiellonian University, translated from Swedish (inter alia books by Martin Widmark). Since 1992, journalist for Radio Kraków, she has been responsible for literary programmes and runs her own programme Alfabet, addressed to children and youngsters. In 2010 she received the award of the Polish section of IBBY for the promotion of reading in her radio programmes. She writes for children, and is the recipient of many awards, including the Children’s Bestseller of 2007 for her book on the true faithful dog Dżok, the Kornel Makuszyński Literary Award for Zuzanka z pistacjowego domu. In 2014, she was honoured with the international 112 Award for Mali bohaterowie.

Grażyna Habieda

A graduate from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. In 2010 she set up the Klajster Majster studio situated in the charming old part of Rabka. She not only makes applied, decorative, and artistic ceramics but also runs exceedingly popular workshops for children. Considered a wizard of discovering and developing children’s talents.

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Marta Kolecka-Hordziej

Born in Rabka, a graduate of Eugeniusz Romer Secondary School and the Institute of Art in Kraków, where she specialised in graphics. Visual arts teacher, culture animator, participant in numerous educational and cultural projects on culture heritage. Lives, paints, and works in Brody near Lanckorona. Dreams of returning to Rabka.


Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało

Author of books for children, poems, novels, and dramas. Her recent works (for Hokus-Pokus) include Nikt nas nie upomni (No one is to rebuke us), and earlier ones Nochal czarodzieja (The wizard nose), and O tym jak paw wpadł w staw (On a peacock falling into a pond). She has written nine volumes of poetry and two books in prose: 41 utonięć (41 drownings) and Zaćmienie (Eclipse). A columnist of Przegląd weekly, she lives in Wrocław and is about to have her latest novel Moja córka komunistka (My daughter the communist) published by W.A.B.


Nina Handzel-Karpus

graduate of the Artistic Secondary School in Nowy Wiśnicz, head of the artistic and technical studio at the Rabcio Puppet Theatre in which she has long created puppets, costumes, and sets. Co-designer of several theatre sets in Poland and abroad, she has cooperated with the greatest Polish theatre directors and set designers. She has repeatedly participated in the creation of the sets for the Meetings of the Children of the Mountains International Children’s Festival, and the Polish national Festival of Early Music in Stary Sącz. Awarded the Decoration for Merit to Polish Culture by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.


Piotr Karski

born in 1987, a graduate of the Faculty of Graphic Arts of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, he is a winner of numerous prizes at printmaking competitions in Poland and abroad and Finalist of the Young Illustrators Competition 2015 organised by the International Children’s Book For in Shanghai. This summer Dwie Siostry publishers will release his drawing guidebook W Morze! (literally: “into the sea”). Over 100 drawing tasks and activity concepts will let children take in a great deal of knowledge about the seas and oceans. The book continues on the idea of the previous guidebook W Góry! (literally: “into the mountains”), which was nominated to the Wise Book of the Year 2016 award.


Natalia Klęsk

A conservation officer at the Władysław Orkan Museum in Rabka-Zdrój, arts teacher, a graduate from the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń in Artwork Conservation and Pedagogy, she finished Antoni Kenar State School of Art in Zakopane. Winner of the Etnodizajn Competition organised by the Seweryn Udziela Museum of Ethnography in Kraków and of the Rabcool Competition for the cultural produce of Rabka. Author of museum lessons scripts, curator and co-curator of numerous exhibitions in museums (including Folk Toys, and Heródek orawski Nikifor), the creative mind and co-author of museum films, and graphic designer. Passionate about creative recycling and vintage style.

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fot. Marta Skrocka

Piotr Kolecki

multi-instrumentalist, musician, teacher, printmaker, and photographer. In his art, he makes unconventional use of traditional instruments and reaches for unorthodox objects, e.g., a fistful of stones, sticks, and metal sheets. He has participated in numerous concerts and festivals in Poland and all over Europe, and co-created music for films and theatre productions, for example, for the Witkacy Theatre in Zakopane. Currently works with the Rabka-based Chrząszcz w Trzcinie Theatre, Vice President of the Kulturowy Gościniec (Road of Cultures) Association. Since 2011, he hasheld the post of the editor-in- chief of Wiadomości Rabczańskie.

Rafał Kosik

writer, journalist, script artist and publisher. He has published 24 books: science-fiction for adults (novels Mars, Vertical, and Kameleon), Felix, Net i Nika series for young people, and Amelia i Kuba seriesfor children awarded numerous prizes, notably Żuławski Literary Award, Janusz A. Zajdel Award, and the Book of the Year of the Polish Section of IBBY. His books were translated into German, Czech, Hungarian, and Lithuanian. Interests: literature, new technologies, sociology, cuisine, and motoring.

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fot. Marta Skrocka

Barbara Kosmowska

Writer, author of poetry and novels for children and adults. Her novel Buba won the Believe in the Power of Imagination competition and was nominated to the Book of the Year 2003 Polish Section of IBBY Prize. Pozłacana rybka (literally: “little gilded fish”) won the First Prize at the Astrid Lindgren Literary Competition, and Kolorowy szalik (literally: “a colourful scarf”) was nominated to the Kornel Makuszyński Literary Award. In 2015 she received the prize of Guliwer magazine for lifetime achievement. She is an adjunct professor at the Pomeranian University in Słupsk, and lives in Bytów.

Joanna Krzyżanek

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Translator, member of the Polish Shakespeare Association, she deals with Shakespeare’s works by profession and addiction, as a member of international scientific societies. A lecturer at the Tischner European University in Kraków, she is also connected to the Centre for Humanist Studies of the Jagiellonian University. At Rabka Festival, she will run a series of workshops with children and put up an exhibition on Polish travellers and discoverers.

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Joanna Krzyżanek

Writer and author of many books for children, including Dobre maniery, czyli savoir vivre dla dzieci (Good manners or savoir-vivre for children), Dziecięce sprawy, czyli jak sobie radzić na co dzień i od święta (Children’s affairs, or how to cope in usual and unusual situations), and Franek i zielony stworek (Franek and the green creature). She has black wire-like like hair, blue eyes, and a handful of beautiful wrinkles on the forehead. She writes tales, rhymes, and letters to friends, and knows how to craft a little gosling of rugs, count forest robberies on a tart, make a carrot pie, lemonade of parsley and sorbet of raspberries. She runs literary, spelling, grammar, visual, theatre, and gourmet workshops meeting children in libraries, kindergartens, and schools.

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Radosław Krzyżowski

An actor of the National Stary Theatre, previously connected to the Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. He has worked for years with the STU Theatre, and performed at the Łaźnia Nowa and in the Polski Theatre in Warsaw. His roles include the hallmarks of the theatre idiom: Hamlet, Macbeth, Oedipus, Rogozhin, and Stavrogin. Recipient of the Wyspiański Prize for achievements in Dramatic Arts. He is also known for roles in TV series Na dobre i na złe / For Better and for Worse, Prawo Agaty / True Law, Na sygnale / Casualty, and Barwy szczęścia / Colours of Happiness.


Tomasz Z. Majkowski

doctor of humanities, member of the Polish Studies faculty at the Jagiellonian University. Specialises in researching popular culture and electronic media, especially keen on fantasy and video games. Formerly a translator, editor, and video games developer, author of board and role-play games; today – for lack of time – just a gamer.


Moni Nilsson

is a Swedish author of children’s books and scriptwriter. The five volumes of the series about the boy Tzatziki brought her recognition and renown, making her one of Sweden’s most acclaimed authors of children’s books. Her books frequently return to the subject of cultures clashing, tolerance of different lifestyles, and coexistence of people from various national and ethnic groups. In 2010, the author received the Astrid Lindgren Prize for “unique and varied literature using wit, sensitivity, and profound earnestness to address an extensive and important realm of readers”.


Kristina Norvilaitė

is a graphic artist, illustrator, owner of an art gallery in Vilnius, and member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Association. She has had over 30 individual exhibitions in dozens of European and North American cities, and illustrated over a hundred books, of which many for children. She runs highly acclaimed graphic workshops for ill children in hospitals, and is also a theatre set designer.


Ola Woldańska-Płocińska

A student of graphic design at the University of Arts in Poznań, she lectures at the Packaging Design Studio at her alma mater.
She designs posters and illustrates books, not only for children. Most noteworthy among the several books she has illustrated include Pierwsze urodziny prosiaczka (literally “Piglet’s first birthday”, 2010), Drugie urodziny prosiaczka (literally “Piglet’s second birthday”, 2012), Marchewka z groszkiem (literally “Peas and carrots”2011), Rekordziści (literally “Record breakers”2016), and Prosiaczek i pojazdy (literally “Piglet and vehicles”2016).
Prize winner in the PTWK competition for the most beautiful book for Mrówka wychodzi za mąż.


Wojciech Rzadek

Gamer, game designer, and coach. Translator and teacher by education, holds MA in Romance Studies from the Jagiellonian University. Owner of Admondo, a company developing training, training games, events, and large-format games for children. Author of three board games currently available on the market: Rice Wars, Abetto, and Astro Jam. He has conducted over 300 workshops, competitions, and lectures for the games fandom. Winner of majority of the most prestigious competitions in the Polish games world.

Monika Rzonca

graduate of the Secondary Artistic School in Wrocław, received her diploma from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Participant in the artistic life of Italy. Since 2009, she has run painting workshops and open air events in Rabka, and is actively involved in local cultural activity. Since 2008, she has worked on a prose project entitled Cztery pory Rabki – opowiastki dla dzieci.

Tomasz Samojlik

Tomasz Samojlik

A scientist, doctor of biological sciences dealing with the natural history of the Białowieża Forest at the Mammal Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences by day, by night he writes and draws books and comics, where he tries to combine fantastic plots with a touch of knowledge of nature to translate specialist scientific information into a language understandable for the youngest recipients (and to have great fun doing that). He has authored over 20 comic books, illustrated books by other authors, and won plenty of important awards. Recently, he has expanded the list of his occupations by preparing scripts and visual design for animated series on Pompik the Wisent and adaptation of Ryjówka przeznaczenia / The Shrew of Doom to audio format.

Dorota Segda

An actor of the National Stary Theatre, where he created over 30 memorable roles. An artist with a rich stage personality, enormous talent, and characteristic comical power. At the Stary he performed in a number of roles (notably Onufry Zagłoba in Henryk Sienkiewicz’s Trylogy directed by Jan Klata, Orcio in The Un-Divine Comedy. I'm Gonna Tell God Everything! directed by Monika Strzępka) that have brought him a great deal of awards for acting, including the Stanisław Wyspiański and the Aleksander Zelwerowicz awards.


Cezary Skrocki

–graduate of the Academy of Drama in Warsaw, and the Department of Puppetry Art in Białystok, from 2000 to 2013, an actor and animator at the Rabcio Puppet Theatre in Rabka-Zdrój. One of the pillars of the Chrząszcz w Trzcinie Theatre, he has run numerous cultural projects in the town as part of the Lokomotywa Association. Runs theatrical, puppet, and film animation workshops. Father of two sons, he has tried out, tested, and perfected creative reading with elements of theatre workshops on his own children.


Marta Skrocka

graduate of the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Kraków Academy of Fine Arts where she specialised in animated film. Director of animated films, and graphic and set designer. Received the Special Gold Jabberwocky for the best animated student étude at the 15th International Etiuda & Anima International Film Festival (Kraków 2008) for her film Wiek kamienia. She has run numerous cultural projects in Rabka as part of the Lokomotywa Association.
Since 2005, together with her husband, she has run workshops in stop-motion animation in Rabka, Nowy Targ, Kraków, Zakopane, and in festivals in the Czech and Slovak republics. The films produced under their tutelage are successful in numerous film festivals.


Agata Stasik

Also known as “szyjąca kura d” (literally: “Sewing Hen D.”), she believes that children’s rooms may be free from plastic, that good design will attract the interest of the youngest, and that toys are original when unique and not carrying an expensive tag. Her design is recognised in Poland and abroad. She has sewn, designed, and run workshops for years, passing the germ to others. She runs a blog and online shop at


Alexander Steffensmeier

is an author and illustrator of children’s books living in Münster, Germany.
Born in 1977, he grew up in a little village in rural Westphalia. He studied illustration at the Münster School of Design. As final project for his diploma in 2004 Alexander wrote and illustrated a picture book about a cow who loves nothing more than to scare and chase the mailman. The book won several prizes and since then the cow (Lieselotte” in German and Matylda” in Polish) has had many more adventures in over twenty books for younger and older children. Aside from these stories Alexander Steffensmeier has illustrated many other fiction and non-fiction books for children and young readers.

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Agnieszka Stelmoszyk

loves to travel! Whenever she can, she packs her suitcases and, her husband and son at her side, she hits the road. Not to be discouraged by dust on the road, never-ending tunnels through the mountains, uncomfortable beds, and breakfasts sadly lacking spices… it’s most important to get to know new places and people, and admire most beautiful landscapes and architecture.
Agnieszka inspires her protagonists with this passion too. In each of her books you meet ones who either travel all over the world, tinker with things or again and again fall into ever new trouble. And all that because the world is an incredibly curious place, full of surprises and secrets. That’s why Agnieszka so often reminds her readers that they can share in plenty of adventures waiting for us, if we only take a good look around…

Katarzyna Stoparczyk

A radio and TV journalist, author of books, screenplays, and scenarios. She created Dzieci wiedzą lepiej / Children Know Better programme for the Polish Radio 3, and developed the new concept for the Radio 3 Zagadkowa niedziela / Curious Sunday. The brainmother and co-host (with Wojciech Mann) of TV programme Duże Dzieci / Big Children. Winner of awards from the ABCXXI – All of Poland Reads to Kids Foundation, recipient of the Polish Sappho Prize; she has also won awards from Mamo, to ja monthly for Zagadkowa niedziela being the best radio programme for children. She was twice nominated to the Polish Master Wordsmiths award. Lecturer at the Children’s University, Ambassador of the ABCXXI – All of Poland Reads to Kids Foundation and Wrocław Hospice for Children foundation.


Marcin Szczygielski

Writer, journalist, and artist printmaker, member of the Polish Writers’ Association (SPP). Besides books and dramas for adults, he has built a parallel existence writing books for children and young people, which he submits anonymously to the most important literary competition, always winning the highest accolade: Omega (IBBY Book of the Year 2010), Czarny Młyn (Astrid Lindgren Literary Competition Award 2010), Za niebieskimi drzwiami, (Children’s 2011 Bestseller), Arka Czasu (Astrid Lindgren Literary Competition Award 2013), Czarownica piętro niżej (Zielona Gąska Literary Award 2014). Since 2014, Tuczarnia motyli, a sequel to the adventures of Maja described in Czarownica piętro niżej has been available.


Olga Szmidt

(ur. 1989 r.) A graduate from the faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University, where she is currently working on her doctorate. She publishes critical texts in paper journals and on online portals. Author of book entitled Korespondent Witkacy and of the biography of Maria Kownackiej – Kownacka. Ta od Plastusia. Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Popmoderna portal, she regularly collaborates with Czas Kultury. Lives in Kraków.


Adam Wajrak

A journalist focused on nature. Since 1997, has lived in Teremiski, a village situated in the Białowieża Forest, from where he posts successive nature reviews. In 2006 he started collecting signatures under a petition to defend the Rospuda River Valley, and a year later was awarded the Andrzej Woyciechowski Prize for best journalism making a significant impact on the life of Poles for a series of articles on the subject. A recipient of the Prize of the Association of Polish Journalists for specialist text (1998), he was named European Hero by the American Time magazine for the defence of natural environment (2005). Author of (Za)piski Wajraka (1995), he wrote further two with his wife Nuria Selva Fernandez: Zwierzaki Wajraka (Wajrak’s animals 2002) and Kuna za kaloryferem, czyli nasze przygody ze zwierzętami (A marten behind the radiator, or our adventures with the animals, 2003). He is also the author of the bestselling Przewodniki prawdziwych tropicieli (Guidebooks of real trackers) series and books To zwierzę mnie bierze (Keen on that beast), and Wilki (Wolves, 2015). In 2017 he released, with Tomasz Samojlik, a comic book on Białowieża Forest titled Umarły Las (The dead forest). Other than spying on animals in Poland, he loves polar expeditions.


Marta Woszczak

A doctoral student of the Faculty of Polish Studies of the Jagiellonian University. She cooperates with the Centre for Children’s Literature, and runs the Centre’s fan page on Facebook. Co-founder and secretary of Czy/tam/czy/tu. Literatura dziecięca i jej konteksty magazine. Promoter of reading and the art of book, she’s working on her doctoral thesis devoted to contemporary Polish illustrated and picture books for children. One of the founders of Przygotowalnia publishing house, she runs book workshops for children. Researcher of children’s books, editor, DT publisher, graphic artist, and translator.


Łukasz Wierzbicki

A journalist and writer known for his excellent workshops and meetings focused on great discoverers and their adventures. Inspired with the pre-Second World War tales of his grandfather, Kazimierz Nowak, he collected and published tales of his exploration and travel in Africa in a book Rowerem i pieszo przez Czarny Ląd (Cycling and walking across the Black Continent). Then he used them for Afryka Kazika, a collection of short stories incurring plenty of interest among young readers. They became the audience of another book of his Dziadek i niedźwiadek. Historia prawdziwa (Grandpa and the bear. A true story) about Wojtek the Bear serving in General Anders’ Army, and of Wyprawa niesłychana Benedykta i Jana. Historia prawdziwa (An unheard of expedition of Benedykt and Jan. A true story), which he modelled on the accounts of Benedict the Pole from his journey to the Mongol Empire in 1245–47. In 2011, he gathered and edited the accounts of Halina Korolec-Bujakowska from her pioneering motorcycle expedition to China in 1934–36, and described her adventures in a novel for children entitled Machiną przez Chiny (Across China, on a machine).


Małgorzata Wójtowicz-Wierzbicka

An ethnographer at the Władysław Orkan Museum in Rabka-Zdrój, field researcher, a graduate from Ethnology at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, she has worked at the ethnographical departments of the Museum of Folk Culture in Kolbuszowa and the Orawa Enthnographic Park – Museum in Zubrzyca Górna. An activist of the CzeRemCha Initiative, co-founder of the Mikrohistorie Rabczańskie (microhistories from Rabka), she has designed numerous activities focusing on museums, and co-authored films Zabawka ludowa and Heródek. Curator and co-curator of many temporary exhibitions at the Władysław Orkan Museum in Rabka-Zdrój (incl. Zabawki ludowe... and Heródek orawski Nikifor). Author of museum lesson scripts. Her field of interest includes all microhistories, ethnopsychiatry, and anthropology of things.


Katarzyna Zych

The author of Poland’s first module fairy tale Momo i Kiki and founder of Bajkopis publishing house, she creates her fairy tale projects with her son, and strongly believes imagination is most important in life. Privately, a happy wife and mother of Natan, with whom they laugh to tears and discover the joy of spinning narratives together. In their lives they have read a lot, and are certain to write a lot as well.


Sylwia Żółkiewska

An expert in mobile applications for culture and education, author of Poland’s first guide to the world of mobile applications titled APPetyt na APPlikacje, published by Orange Foundation and the Association of Creative Initiatives “ę” (2016). Curator of the Forum of Mobile Applications and Games (FAM). Author of dozens of teaching aids and class scenarios making use of mobile applications, e.g. for the needs of Tablets in Your Library and MoboLab projects conducted by the Foundation for the Development of Information Society. She runs lectures and workshops with mobile applications for various target groups. A member of the network of “Flying Cultural Animateurs” of the Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, she works with the Orange Foundation, Foundation for the Development of Information Society, Culture Shock Foundation, National Audiovisual Institute (NInA), Polish National Film Archive, Centre for Civil Education, and the Creative Europe programme. More: ,