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Grzegorz Wróblewski, born in1962 in Gdansk and raised in Warsaw, has been living inCopenhagen since 1985. He has published nine volumes of poetry and two collections of short prose pieces inPoland; three books of poetry, a book of poetic prose and an experimental novel (translations) inDenmark; and a book of selected poems in Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well as a selection of plays. His work has been translated into ten languages.
The English translations of his poems and/or plays have appeared in London Magazine, Poetry London,Magma Poetry, Parameter Magazine, Poetry Wales, The Delinquent, Chicago Review, 3rd bed, Eclectica, Mississippi Review, Absinthe: New European Writing, Common Knowledge, Word Riot, Practice: New Writing + Art, The Mercurian – A Theatrical Translation Review, Lyric, CounterPunch, Exquisite Corpse, Guernica, Jacket Magazine, Otoliths, Cambridge Literary Review, 3:AM Magazine, Past Simple, Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, AGNI Online, Words Without Borders, Shampoo, Seneca Review,
Postmodern Culture, West Wind Review
and in the following anthologies: Altered State: The New Polish Poetry (Arc Publications, Todmorden, UK 2003), Carnivorous Boy Carnivorous Bird (Zephyr Press, Brookline, USA 2004), A Generation Defining Itself – In Our Own Words (MW Enterprises, USA 2007).
Selected poems Our Flying Objects (Equipage Press, Cambridge, UK 2007), new and selected poems A Marzipan Factory (Otoliths, Rockhampton, Australia 2010).
His chapbooks to date are: These Extraordinary People (erbacce-press, Liverpool, UK 2008) and Mercury Project (Toad Press, Claremont, USA 2008), A Rarity (Cervena Barva Press, W. Somerville, USA, 2009).