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Reminder: Talk by John Borrell, author of The White Lake next Week

09 May 2014

Don't miss John Borrell's talk next week Friday 16 May at 19:00 in the IB Learning Centre.

John Borrell was one of the first foreigners to settle in Poland after the collapse of Communism. He quit his earlier job as a war correspondent with TIME and started a business and a family on the shores of a lake in Kaszuby, Poland.

He will be talking about his new book “The White Lake: Fighting for a Free Press, Justice and a Place to Call Home in the New Poland” It is a compe...lling saga of a journalist coming to grips with his new life as an entrepreneur in post-Communist Poland. It is that rare thing: ‘A Year in Provence’, but written by an outsider who chose the frozen wilds of northern Poland over an easy life in the vineyards of southern France.