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Andrzej Stasiuk

Contributor

Andrzej Stasiuk

Andrzej Stasiuk (born 1960) writes fiction, poetry, and occasional literary criticism, and is co-owner of a small but lively publishing firm called Czarne. His most recent publications in English translation are both lyrical descriptions of his travels at the heart of Central Europe: On the road to Babadag, trans. Michael Kandel (Harcourt/Harvill Secker, 2011), and Dukla, trans. Bill Johnston (Dalkey Archive, 2011), in which he describes life in the towns and villages of the Beskid mountains.

Articles by Andrzej Stasiuk

Kyrgyzstan: Shade and Shadow
By Andrzej Stasiuk
No Bukhara, no Samarkand, no meaning, just bare life in the rarefied air. That had been what I was after. A clarity of existence. To see sand sifting through the post-imperial rust. That would be enough…
Translated from Polish by Bill Johnston
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