A poet. He mostly touches upon the issues of his own national and sexual identity, the problems of the human body and psyche as well as sickness and death. Tkaczyszyn–Dycki grew up on the junction of languages and cultures, Ukrainian and Polish, hence his poetry has been rooted in both legacies and has grown to become an individual voice which cannot be inscribed within any trends or groups. In Dycki’s poetic books, we can also trace the provincial everyday life of the Przemyśl countryside. We get to know his genealogy and that of his friends, most often by looking at tombstones bearing their engraved names. Literary criticism compares Dycki’s language to Biblical and Baroque stylisations. Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki is a winner of, among others, the Kazimiera Iłłakowiczówna Award (1991), Barbara Sadowska Literary Award (1994), Dresden German-Polish Days of Literature Award (1998). He is also the first person to have been Awarded the Gdynia Literary Prize twice. He received both awards in the category of poetry for his volumes of works: Dzieje rodzin polskich (2006) and Piosenka o zależnościach i uzależnieniach (2009). This tome won him also the Nike Literary Award in 2009. He has published such tomes of poetry as: Nenia i inne wiersze (1990), Peregrynarz (1992), Młodzieniec o wzorowych obyczajach (1994), Liber mortuorum (1997), Kamień pełen pokarmu. Księga wierszy z lat 1987-1999 (1999), Przewodnik dla bezdomnych niezależnie od miejsca zamieszkania (2000), Daleko stąd zostawiłem swoje dawne i niedawne ciało (2003), Przyczynek do nauki o nieistnieniu (2003), Dzieje rodzin polskich (2005), Poezja jako miejsce na ziemi – wybór z lat 1989-2003 (2006), Piosenka o zależnościach i uzależnieniach (2008), Imię i znamię (2011), and a volume of prose Zaplecze (2002). On Sunday (28th October 2012) took place a meeting with a poet, which led Anna Kałuża.