Wstęp do „Poezji Religijnej i Sakralnej” (1)
Introduction to "Religious and Sacred Poetry" (1)
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This introduction to Religious and Sacred Poetry: An International Quarterly of Religion, Culture and Education concerns mainly the profile of the journal, its structure and the editorial team. The editor-in-chief (Marek Mariusz Tytko) describes the aims of this quarterly, its program and editorial plans. Christian culture, religious literary culture, Christian religious poetry and sacred poetry are the main research area for authors of this quarterly. The international scholarly journal was founded in 2012 year in Cracow (Poland). It is a social and humanistic international project of some scholars from Europe and America. Especially, some scholars were busy with translation or in editorial work, e.g. Eugeniusz i Olga Pańkow from Grodno in Belarus, Svitlana Kravčenko and Nadija Kološuk (both from Luck [Lutsk] in Ukraine), Mar’âna Lanovik and Zorâna Lanovik from Ternopil (in Ukraine), Ivica Hajdučekova and Marián Andričík from Košice in Slovakia, Libor Martinek from Opava in Czech Republic, Bogusław Żurakowski, Maciej Urbanowski, rev. Roman Bogacz, Teresa Bela, Barbara Niemiec and vice-editor-in-chief sister Adelajda Sielepin CHR (these six persons from Cracow), Piotr Jaroszyński (from Lublin) and Wojciech Kudyba from Warsaw in Poland, Muir Evenden from the USA and Mark Bonnett from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and North Ireland. Krzysztof Kubicki from Cracow made the Internet service (religious-and-sacred-poetry.info).
- Religious and Sacred Poetry: An International Quarterly of Religion, Culture and Education. Edited by Marek Mariusz Tytko. Year 1: 2013. Volume 1 (1). January – February – March 2013.
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