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Mikołaj Łoziński

Mikołaj Łoziński (b. 1980) is one of the most important contemporary Polish writers, the author of novels translated into multiple languages recognised by the award of the Kościelski Foundation (for Reisefieber) and the Polityka Passport award (for The Book). Twice nominated for the Nike Literary Award (for Reisefieber and Stramer). The novel Stramer was also nominated for the Angelus Award. Łoziński lives in Warsaw. His most recent novel, which has also reached bestseller lists, is The Stramers. A regular columnist for the Polityka weekly, he has also written for Przekroj magazine and Rzeczpospolita broadsheet. His is the son of Marcel Łoziński and the brother of Paweł Łoziński, both of whom are documentary film makers. Mikołaj is also a screenwriter

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