Inga Iwasiów

Professor of literary studies, literary critic, writer
Inga Iwasiów

(born 1963) – professor of literature studies, literary critic, writer. In 1999-2012, she was the editor-in-chief of the Pogranicza literary and cultural magazine. She works at the University of Szczecin. Former member of the jury of the Nike Literary Award, one of the originators of the Gryfia Literary Award for Female Authors, President of the Polish Autobiographical Society. She was also awarded the title of the Szczecin Ambassador. In 2019, she became a member of the first term of the Scientific Excellence Council. She is the author of short stories, tomes of poetry, and above all of numerous dissertations and essays in which she deals with Polish literature of the 20th and 21st centuries from the standpoint of feminist criticism. She has published her works in such magazines as Kresy, Nowe książki, Teksty drugie, FA-art, Borussia and Pamiętnik Literacki. She is the author of novels Bambino (2008), Ku słońcu (2010), Na krótko (2012), W powietrzu (2014) and Pięćdziesiątka (2015), as well as the autobiographical essay Umarł mi (2013) and a collection of articles, Blogotony (2013).

fot. Krzysztof Dubiel