Andrzej Muszyńskiauthor of collections of reportages and short stories
He grew up and lives in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. A writer nominated for the Polityka's Passport and the Gdynia Literary Award for his debut novel Podkrzywdzie (2015). The author of collections of reportages Południe [South, 2013] and Cyklon [Cyclone, 2015] nominated for the Beata Pawlak Award and a collection of short stories Miedza [Balk, 2013], for which he was nominated for the Gdynia Literary Award. In his prose, he focuses mainly on the picture of the village from his homeland – describing it, he constantly searches for new languages to reflect properly the specific qualities of contemporary rural areas.
fot. Andrzej Banaś