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Andrzej Muszyński

(b. 1984) is a writer, reporter and traveller. He was the first winner of a Ryszard Kapuściński Herodotus Foundation Scholarship in 2012. He has been nominated for Poland’s most important journalism and literary awards, including the Beata Pawlak award in 2013 for his collection The South, and his reportage on Burma, The Cyclone (2015), for the Gdynia Literary Award for his debut short -story collection, Boundary Line (2013), and for the Polityka Passport for his novel Podkrzywdzie (Damagedon). He is also famed as a traveller, in part for his lone crossing of the Atacama Desert, and for reaching the summit of Chaupi Orco, on the border between Peru and Bolivia.

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