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Juri Andruchowytsch, Andrzej Stasiuk

My Europe - Essays

Original title: Moja Evropa, Klasika.
(German title: Mein Europa)
ca. 160 pages
Paperback
2004
Juri Andruchowytsch
Foto: Juri Andruchowytsch
© Susanne Schleyer

Juri Andruchowytsch was born in 1960 in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. He is considered the leading contemporary Ukrainian writer. He writes poems, prose, essays and translates from German and Polish.

Awards (selection):
Leipziger Buchpreis zur Europäischen Verständigung 2006
Sonderpreis des Erich-Maria-Remarque-Friedenspreises 2005

Andrzej Stasiuk
Foto: Andrzej Stasiuk
© Brigitte Friedrich

Andrzej Stasiuk, born 1960 in Warsaw and raised there, lives in the Beskides since the year of 1986. He writes poems, stories, novels, also works as a journalist and script author and together with his wife Monika Sznajderman directs the publishing house Czarne located in Wolowiec. He has received numerous literary awards, among them the Samuel-Bogumil-Linde-Literaturpreis (2002), Polish Nike Prize (2005) for On The Road to Babadag, the Adalbert-Stifter-Prize (2005) and  the Vilenica prize (2008).

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