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Marcin Wicha (Warsaw, 1972) is a graphic designer, essayist, writer, and author of books for children. His writing has been published in the magazines Autoportret, Literatura na Świecie, and Tygodnik Powszechny, where he also published a weekly commentary in illustrated form for some years. He is a regular contributor to Gazeta Wyborcza and Pismo. In 2015 he published an autobiographical work of creative nonfiction, Jak przestałem kochać design (How I Stopped Loving Design), and in 2017 Rzeczy, których nie wyrzuciłem (Things I Didn’t Throw Out), which won the Polityka Passport award and was shortlisted for the prestigious Nike Literary Award.