Jacek Podsiadło

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Jacek Podsiadło (born 1964 in Szewna) is a Polish poet, writer, translator and feuilletonist. Sometimes he uses a pen name Jac Po. He is one of the poets of the famous Polish bruLion generation. Originally he was influenced by Frank O'Hara, but later he developed his own original style. He is a very prolific writer, and also a winner of many Polish literary prizes (Georg Trakl prize, 1994; Kościelski prize, 1998; Czesław Miłosz prize 2000; he was also nominated for the Nike Award thrice). He had many professions, he now works in the Opole radio station. Between 2000 and 2007 he wrote feuilletons for Tygodnik Powszechny.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Nieszczęście doskonałe, Toruńskie Towarzystwo Kultury, Toruń 1987.
  • W lunaparkach smutny, w lupanarach śmieszny, Staromiejski Dom Kultury, Warszawa 1990.
  • Wiersze wybrane 1985-1990, Biblioteka "brulionu", Warszawa-Kraków 1992.
  • Arytmia, Biblioteka "brulionu", Warszawa 1993.
  • Dobra ziemia dla murarzy, Tikkun, Warszawa 1994.
  • Języki ognia, Biblioteka "brulionu", Warszawa-Kraków 1994.
  • To all the whales I'd love before, Kartki, Białystok 1996.
  • Niczyje, boskie, Biblioteka "brulionu", Warszawa 1998.
  • Wiersze wybrane 1990-1995, Stowarzyszenie "Inna Kultura", Bielsko-Biała 1998.
  • Wiersze zebrane, Lampa i Iskra Boża, Warszawa 1998 (II wydanie: 2003).
  • Wychwyt Grahama, Lampa i Iskra Boża, Warszawa 1999.
  • Cisówka. Wiersze. Opowiadania, Biblioteka "Kartek", Białystok 1999.
  • I ja pobiegłem w tę mgłę, Znak, Kraków 2001.
  • Kra, Znak, Kraków 2005.
  • A mój syn... (zbiór felietonów), Znak, Kraków 2006.
  • Pippi, dziwne dziecko (zbiór felietonów), Hokus-Pokus, Warszawa 2006.

References[edit]

  • Bílé propasti (White Abysses), Host, Brno, 1997, p. 8, 181-9.