Danusia Stok

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Danusia Stok is a professional translator who was born and educated in England. After marrying in 1976, she spent five years in Poland and now lives in London. She is the editor of Kieslowski on Kieslowski. Her translated works include The Trilogy by K. Kieslowski and K. Piesiewicz, I Remember Nothing More by Alina Blady-Szwajger, The Journals of a White Sea Wolf, by Mariusz Wilk, The Witcher and The Blood of Elves, by Andrzej Sapkowski, and Death in Breslau, The End of the World in Breslau, Phantoms of Breslau and The Head of the Minotaur, by Marek Krajewski.

Books by Danusia Stok