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Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki

Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki (born in 1962) is an award-winning Polish poet.

Born in Wólka Krowicka near Lubaczów, he is an author of nine volumes of poems and some texts for the magazine Kresy. He is a past winner of the Kazimiera Iłłakowiczówna Award, the Barbara Sadowska Award, Polish-German Days of Literature Award, Gdynia Literature Award and the "Passport of Polityka". Critics from Ha!art magazine published a book about him, Jesień już Panie a ja nie mam domu. Czesław Miłosz is among his readers.

Works

Poetry

Each year links to its corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • 1990: Nenia i inne wiersze,[1] Lublin
  • 1992: Peregrynarz,[1] Warsaw
  • 1994: Młodzieniec o wzorowych obyczajach[1] Warsaw
  • 1997: Liber mortuorum,[1] Lublin
  • 1999: Kamień pełen pokarmu. Księga wierszy z lat 1987-1999,[1] Kraków
  • 2000: Przewodnik dla bezdomnych niezależnie od miejsca zamieszkania,[1] Legnica
  • 2003: Daleko stąd zostawiłem swoje dawne i niedawne ciało,[1] Kraków
  • 2003: Przyczynek do nauki o nieistnieniu,[1] Legnica
  • 2005: Dzieje rodzin polskich,[1] Warsaw
  • 2006: Poezja jako miejsce na ziemi. (1988–2003),[1] Warsaw
  • 2008: Piosenka o zależnościach i uzależnieniach,[1] (Awarded Nike 2009), Wrocław
  • 2009: Rzeczywiste i nierzeczywiste staje się jednym ciałem.111 wierszy,[1]

Prose

  • Zaplecze Legnica 2002

References

External links

  • The page of Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki

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