• Europe
  • Eastern Europe
  • Poland

Miłosz BIEDRZYCKI,an engineer by trade, is the author of six volumes of poetry. The most recent, Sofostrofa i inne wiersze (2007) was shortlisted for the 2008 Gdynia Literary Prize. A trilingual volume (Polish, Slovenian, Italian) of selected poems was published in 2003 in Slovenia. His work has appeared regularly in English translation: in the 2002 Zephyr Press anthology Carnivorous Boy, Carnivorous Bird; in the U.S. journals Chicago Review, Zoland Poetry, Fence, Lyric Poetry Review, Periphery, and (forthcoming) the Boston Review. In summer 2010, Zephyr will bring out 69, a volume of selected poems. Miłosz Biedrzycki's residency is organized in association with the Polish Cultural Institute in New York within its Poland-U.S. Artists-In-Residence Exchange Program.

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