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Tadeusz Dąbrowski

Tadeusz Dąbrowski (b. 1979) is a Polish poet, essayist, and critic. Editor of the literary bimonthly Topos, he has been published in many journals in his native country (among others, Tygodnik Powszechny and Polityka) and abroad (including Boston Review, The American Poetry Review, Poetry Ireland, AGNI Online, and Poetry Wales). He is the winner of numerous awards, including the Kościelski Prize (2009), the Hubert Burda Prize (2008), and the Prize of the Foundation for Polish Culture (2006), and was nominated for the NIKE Literary Award (2010). His work has been translated into twenty languages. Dąbrowski is the author of seven volumes of poetry: Wypieki (1999), e-mail (2000), mazurek (2002), Te Deum (2005, 2008), Czarny kwadrat (2009), Pomiędzy (2013), and Schwarzes Quadrat auf schwarzem Grund (2010, 2011), as well as a collection of poetry in English entitled Black Square (Zephyr Press, 2011), and editor of the anthology Poza slowa: Antologia wierszy 1976–2006 (2006). He lives in Gdańsk on the Baltic coast of Poland. (updated 8/2013)

AGNI has published the following work by Tadeusz Dąbrowski:

“I scanned my photograph . . .” (translated from the Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones)
“My mama asked after your death . . .” (translated from the Polish by Jennifer Carter-Zielińska)
“Outside the window falls the rain.” (translated from the Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones)
“This is the first line . . .” (translated from the Polish by Jennifer Carter-Zielińska)
“Why does that particular . . .” (translated from the Polish by Antonia Lloyd-Jones)
“The word apple doesn’t contain in it any truth” (translated from the Polish by Jennifer Carter-Zielińska)


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