A source of information on current events in Polish literature and more, presenting new and forthcoming publications and providing up-to-date reviews. It also includes short biographies of about 140 contemporary Polish authors and information on more than 600 titles, including extracts, critical comment and publishers’ contact details. Everything you need to know about Polish books, in Polish, English and German.
The main state library provides access to many large databases. An electronic national bibliography arranged in five sections is under preparation. About 40 per cent of the entire collection is now catalogued on-line, including all library acquisitions since 1994. The ISBN database includes information on all the registered publishing companies in Poland. A special database includes bibliographical details of Polish books published outside Poland.
Polona was created for all libraries and Internet users. Its mission is to provide wide and easy access to the National Library’s digital collections, including the most important works of literature and scientific materials, historical documents, journals, graphics, photography, musical scores and maps. The main aim is to present Poland’s cultural heritage, its age-old traditions and achievements, and also to show the wide range of the National Library's collections.
“NUKAT” is the central catalogue for Poland’s academic and scientific libraries. It aims to provide information on documents and where they are kept. More than 1,100 librarians from 81 libraries contribute to this extensive database.
Biblioteka Analiz concentrates all sorts of data about various sectors of the Polish book market. At present it is the only company in Poland with such a large collection of data on the Polish book market. It is also the largest and best known consulting firm operating in this branch. The site covers archival information about key players on the Polish book market. A year’s subscription fee amounts 915 zlotys.