Contributors: Urszula Kozioł

Urszula Kozioł studied Polish literature at the University of Wrocław and is associated with the Generation of ’56, a group of writers who debuted in 1956 during a time of relative openness after the death of Stalin. The author of nineteen collections of poetry, she has received numerous awards, including the Kościelski Foundation Prize and the Literary Prize of the Polish PEN Centre.

Contributions

  • 2016 Winter - Inventory; Recipe for the Meat Course; Kneeling before the Statue of a Saint; All the Radio Stations of the Soviet Union; To My Great-Great-Granddaughter