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Miłosz Biedrzycki


Miloš (Miłosz) Biedrzycki, born in 1967 in Koper, has been living in Krakow since 1974. He has studied Physics, Geophysics and Computer Science in Krakow. In 1993 graduated in Geophysics. 

Julia Szychowiak


Julia Szychowiak

Julia Szychowiak (1986, Poland) is a poet. Her debut collection, After Myself (Po sobie, 2007), received the Silesius Poetry Award and the Prize of the Polish Society of Book Publishers in 2008 as well as the Gazeta Wyborcza wARTo Award in 2009. The collection was preceded by a 2006 pamphlet entitled The Breakfast After (Poprawiny), winner of Połów, a project run by publishing house Biuro Literackie to showcase new poets. In 2009, Szychowiak published Common Language (Wspólny język) and in 2014 Intro, nominated for the 2015 Silesius Poetry Award. Her work appears in various journals and anthologies. Her poems have been translated into English, Spanish, German, Bulgarian and Slovak. She lives in Księżyce and Warsaw.

Julia Szychowiak is coming to Days of Poetry and Wine festival as a member of Versopolis platform, supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the EU.

Justyna Bargielska


Justyna Bargielska

Justyna Bargielska (1977) is a poet and writer living in Warsaw. She was a laureate of the Rainer Maria Rilke Poetry Competition (2001) and the Jacek Bierezina Special Award (2002). She received the Gdynia Literary Award twice (2010 and 2011) and was nominated for the Wisława Szymborska Award and Nike Award. Bargielska's latest book, *Nudelman* (2014), contains dark and upsetting poetry, far from her old playfulness and lightness. She »takes on a new, stronger, at times brutal yet still poetic story. She reminds us that man is not invincible but rather breakable.« (Biuro Literackie)

2017