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Katarzyna Brejwo

is writing for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, Poland’s leading opinion newspaper and it’s weekly magazine „Duży Format”. She has been nominated to Ryszard Kapuścinski Award, Grand Press Awards, Amnesty International Prize and EU Health Prize for Journalists

Kaja Puto

(b. 1990) - journalist, editor, translator, refugee activist. Her main area of interests includes Eastern Europe, Southern Caucasus, migration and European issues. She has contributed to many Polish magazines and newspapers, including "Dziennik Opinii", "Gazeta Wyborcza", "Nowa Europa Wschodnia", "Polityka" and "Eastbook". She studied philosophy and culture studies in Kraków, Berlin and Tbilisi. Holder of scholarships granted by DAAD, Erasmus Mundus, SdpZ and GFPS. Expert in the research project entitled "Polish literature after 1989 in the light of Pierre Bourdieu's theory". In "Korporacja Ha!art" publishing house she is an editor-in-chief of "Czyli nigdzie" [That is to say, nowhere] book series and deputy director.

Urszula Jabłońska

freelance reporter, writing for “Gazeta Wyborcza”, “Duży Format” and “Wysokie Obcasy”. She graduated in Oriental Studies from Unieversity od Warsaw and Polish School of Reportage. She has worked as a journalist  in  „Gazeta Wyborcza” and as a vice editor in chief in an lifestyle magazine "Exklusiv". In 2012 she received prestigious Grand Press Award. In 2013 she was a finalist of the Ryszard Kapuscinski Scholarship Competition. Currently she is working on her first non-fiction book.

Ziemowit Szczerek

(b..1978) – journalist, writer, translator. He wrote books "Przyjdzie Mordor i wasz zje" (2013),  „Rzeczpospolita zwycięska”(2013), „Siódemka” (2015) and „Tatuaż z tryzubem” (2015). He writes for the magazines "Polityka" and "Nowa Europa Wschodnia" and co-operates with Korporacja Ha!art, an indpendent publishing house (nie wiem, jak wyjaśnić Ha!art???). He was awarded Paszport Polityki Prize, a prize for a young promising author. Nominated to Nike Literary Prize and Angelus Literary Prize for Central Europe.

Agnieszka Wójcińska

(b.1976) - journalist. She has published two books: „Reporters non-fiction. Interviews with Polish reporters” (Czarne, 2011) i „The ant’s perspective. Interviews with reporters of the world.” (Czarne, 2015). She writes for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, „Polityka”, „Zwierciadło”, „Dialog-Pheniben”, „Tygodnik Powszechny” and „Przekrój”.

Mirosław Wlekły

– reporter of weekly magazine "Duży Format", a graduate of University of Wroclaw and Polish School of Reportage). Author of a non-fiction book "All inclusive. Paradise, in which sex is a god" and an e-book "Where are you from, Francis? Trip to the country of the Pope". He published also his reportages in anthologies: "Grzech jest kobietą", "NieObcy" and in the international press (including Portugal, Germany and Angola). He is a co-author of reportages transferred to the theater stage: "Listy na wolność" in New Theatre in Poznan  and "Swarka" in Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz. He is currently working on another non-fiction spectacle in Bydgoszcz and writing journalistic biography of Tony Halik. Nominated for awards: Newsweek them. Teresa Torańskiej and them. Beata Pawlak.

Małgorzata Rejmer

(b. 1985) – a writer and reporter. She wrote the books "Toksymia" (2009, nominated to Gdynia Literary Prize) and a non-fiction book „Bukareszt. Kurz i krew” (2013, awarded Newseek Teresa Torańska Prize, Gryfia Literary Prize for Female Author, nominated to Nike Literary Prize). She was awarded Gwarancja Kultury prize and nominated to Paszport Polityki, an award for a promising young author.

Maciej Wasielewski

(b.1982) - Author of a book „The Queen Arrives Tomorrow and co-author of  „81:1. Tales From Faroe Islands”.

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Katarzyna Brejwo

is writing for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, Poland’s leading opinion newspaper and it’s weekly magazine „Duży Format”. She has been nominated to Ryszard Kapuścinski Award, Grand Press Awards, Amnesty International Prize and EU Health Prize for Journalists

Kaja Puto

(b. 1990) - journalist, editor, translator, refugee activist. Her main area of interests includes Eastern Europe, Southern Caucasus, migration and European issues. She has contributed to many Polish magazines and newspapers, including "Dziennik Opinii", "Gazeta Wyborcza", "Nowa Europa Wschodnia", "Polityka" and "Eastbook". She studied philosophy and culture studies in Kraków, Berlin and Tbilisi. Holder of scholarships granted by DAAD, Erasmus Mundus, SdpZ and GFPS. Expert in the research project entitled "Polish literature after 1989 in the light of Pierre Bourdieu's theory". In "Korporacja Ha!art" publishing house she is an editor-in-chief of "Czyli nigdzie" [That is to say, nowhere] book series and deputy director.

Urszula Jabłońska

freelance reporter, writing for “Gazeta Wyborcza”, “Duży Format” and “Wysokie Obcasy”. She graduated in Oriental Studies from Unieversity od Warsaw and Polish School of Reportage. She has worked as a journalist  in  „Gazeta Wyborcza” and as a vice editor in chief in an lifestyle magazine "Exklusiv". In 2012 she received prestigious Grand Press Award. In 2013 she was a finalist of the Ryszard Kapuscinski Scholarship Competition. Currently she is working on her first non-fiction book.

Ziemowit Szczerek

(b..1978) – journalist, writer, translator. He wrote books "Przyjdzie Mordor i wasz zje" (2013),  „Rzeczpospolita zwycięska”(2013), „Siódemka” (2015) and „Tatuaż z tryzubem” (2015). He writes for the magazines "Polityka" and "Nowa Europa Wschodnia" and co-operates with Korporacja Ha!art, an indpendent publishing house (nie wiem, jak wyjaśnić Ha!art???). He was awarded Paszport Polityki Prize, a prize for a young promising author. Nominated to Nike Literary Prize and Angelus Literary Prize for Central Europe.

Agnieszka Wójcińska

(b.1976) - journalist. She has published two books: „Reporters non-fiction. Interviews with Polish reporters” (Czarne, 2011) i „The ant’s perspective. Interviews with reporters of the world.” (Czarne, 2015). She writes for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, „Polityka”, „Zwierciadło”, „Dialog-Pheniben”, „Tygodnik Powszechny” and „Przekrój”.

Mirosław Wlekły

– reporter of weekly magazine "Duży Format", a graduate of University of Wroclaw and Polish School of Reportage). Author of a non-fiction book "All inclusive. Paradise, in which sex is a god" and an e-book "Where are you from, Francis? Trip to the country of the Pope". He published also his reportages in anthologies: "Grzech jest kobietą", "NieObcy" and in the international press (including Portugal, Germany and Angola). He is a co-author of reportages transferred to the theater stage: "Listy na wolność" in New Theatre in Poznan  and "Swarka" in Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz. He is currently working on another non-fiction spectacle in Bydgoszcz and writing journalistic biography of Tony Halik. Nominated for awards: Newsweek them. Teresa Torańskiej and them. Beata Pawlak.

Małgorzata Rejmer

(b. 1985) – a writer and reporter. She wrote the books "Toksymia" (2009, nominated to Gdynia Literary Prize) and a non-fiction book „Bukareszt. Kurz i krew” (2013, awarded Newseek Teresa Torańska Prize, Gryfia Literary Prize for Female Author, nominated to Nike Literary Prize). She was awarded Gwarancja Kultury prize and nominated to Paszport Polityki, an award for a promising young author.

Maciej Wasielewski

(b.1982) - Author of a book „The Queen Arrives Tomorrow and co-author of  „81:1. Tales From Faroe Islands”.

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Katarzyna Brejwo

is writing for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, Poland’s leading opinion newspaper and it’s weekly magazine „Duży Format”. She has been nominated to Ryszard Kapuścinski Award, Grand Press Awards, Amnesty International Prize and EU Health Prize for Journalists

Kaja Puto

(b. 1990) - journalist, editor, translator, refugee activist. Her main area of interests includes Eastern Europe, Southern Caucasus, migration and European issues. She has contributed to many Polish magazines and newspapers, including "Dziennik Opinii", "Gazeta Wyborcza", "Nowa Europa Wschodnia", "Polityka" and "Eastbook". She studied philosophy and culture studies in Kraków, Berlin and Tbilisi. Holder of scholarships granted by DAAD, Erasmus Mundus, SdpZ and GFPS. Expert in the research project entitled "Polish literature after 1989 in the light of Pierre Bourdieu's theory". In "Korporacja Ha!art" publishing house she is an editor-in-chief of "Czyli nigdzie" [That is to say, nowhere] book series and deputy director.

Urszula Jabłońska

freelance reporter, writing for “Gazeta Wyborcza”, “Duży Format” and “Wysokie Obcasy”. She graduated in Oriental Studies from Unieversity od Warsaw and Polish School of Reportage. She has worked as a journalist  in  „Gazeta Wyborcza” and as a vice editor in chief in an lifestyle magazine "Exklusiv". In 2012 she received prestigious Grand Press Award. In 2013 she was a finalist of the Ryszard Kapuscinski Scholarship Competition. Currently she is working on her first non-fiction book.

Małgorzata Rejmer

(b. 1985) – a writer and reporter. She wrote the books "Toksymia" (2009, nominated to Gdynia Literary Prize) and a non-fiction book „Bukareszt. Kurz i krew” (2013, awarded Newseek Teresa Torańska Prize, Gryfia Literary Prize for Female Author, nominated to Nike Literary Prize). She was awarded Gwarancja Kultury prize and nominated to Paszport Polityki, an award for a promising young author.

Ziemowit Szczerek

(b..1978) – journalist, writer, translator. He wrote books "Przyjdzie Mordor i wasz zje" (2013),  „Rzeczpospolita zwycięska”(2013), „Siódemka” (2015) and „Tatuaż z tryzubem” (2015). He writes for the magazines "Polityka" and "Nowa Europa Wschodnia" and co-operates with Korporacja Ha!art, an indpendent publishing house (nie wiem, jak wyjaśnić Ha!art???). He was awarded Paszport Polityki Prize, a prize for a young promising author. Nominated to Nike Literary Prize and Angelus Literary Prize for Central Europe.

Agnieszka Wójcińska

(b.1976) - journalist. She has published two books: „Reporters non-fiction. Interviews with Polish reporters” (Czarne, 2011) i „The ant’s perspective. Interviews with reporters of the world.” (Czarne, 2015). She writes for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, „Polityka”, „Zwierciadło”, „Dialog-Pheniben”, „Tygodnik Powszechny” and „Przekrój”.

Mirosław Wlekły

– reporter of weekly magazine "Duży Format", a graduate of University of Wroclaw and Polish School of Reportage). Author of a non-fiction book "All inclusive. Paradise, in which sex is a god" and an e-book "Where are you from, Francis? Trip to the country of the Pope". He published also his reportages in anthologies: "Grzech jest kobietą", "NieObcy" and in the international press (including Portugal, Germany and Angola). He is a co-author of reportages transferred to the theater stage: "Listy na wolność" in New Theatre in Poznan  and "Swarka" in Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz. He is currently working on another non-fiction spectacle in Bydgoszcz and writing journalistic biography of Tony Halik. Nominated for awards: Newsweek them. Teresa Torańskiej and them. Beata Pawlak.

Maciej Wasielewski

(b.1982) - Author of a book „The Queen Arrives Tomorrow and co-author of  „81:1. Tales From Faroe Islands”.

REPORTERS

Katarzyna Brejwo

is writing for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, Poland’s leading opinion newspaper and it’s weekly magazine „Duży Format”. She has been nominated to Ryszard Kapuścinski Award, Grand Press Awards, Amnesty International Prize and EU Health Prize for Journalists

Urszula Jabłońska

freelance reporter, writing for “Gazeta Wyborcza”, “Duży Format” and “Wysokie Obcasy”. She graduated in Oriental Studies from Unieversity od Warsaw and Polish School of Reportage. She has worked as a journalist  in  „Gazeta Wyborcza” and as a vice editor in chief in an lifestyle magazine "Exklusiv". In 2012 she received prestigious Grand Press Award. In 2013 she was a finalist of the Ryszard Kapuscinski Scholarship Competition. Currently she is working on her first non-fiction book.

Kaja Puto

(b. 1990) - journalist, editor, translator, refugee activist. Her main area of interests includes Eastern Europe, Southern Caucasus, migration and European issues. She has contributed to many Polish magazines and newspapers, including "Dziennik Opinii", "Gazeta Wyborcza", "Nowa Europa Wschodnia", "Polityka" and "Eastbook". She studied philosophy and culture studies in Kraków, Berlin and Tbilisi. Holder of scholarships granted by DAAD, Erasmus Mundus, SdpZ and GFPS. Expert in the research project entitled "Polish literature after 1989 in the light of Pierre Bourdieu's theory". In "Korporacja Ha!art" publishing house she is an editor-in-chief of "Czyli nigdzie" [That is to say, nowhere] book series and deputy director.

Małgorzata Rejmer

(b. 1985) – a writer and reporter. She wrote the books "Toksymia" (2009, nominated to Gdynia Literary Prize) and a non-fiction book „Bukareszt. Kurz i krew” (2013, awarded Newseek Teresa Torańska Prize, Gryfia Literary Prize for Female Author, nominated to Nike Literary Prize). She was awarded Gwarancja Kultury prize and nominated to Paszport Polityki, an award for a promising young author.

Ziemowit Szczerek

(b..1978) – journalist, writer, translator. He wrote books "Przyjdzie Mordor i wasz zje" (2013),  „Rzeczpospolita zwycięska”(2013), „Siódemka” (2015) and „Tatuaż z tryzubem” (2015). He writes for the magazines "Polityka" and "Nowa Europa Wschodnia" and co-operates with Korporacja Ha!art, an indpendent publishing house (nie wiem, jak wyjaśnić Ha!art???). He was awarded Paszport Polityki Prize, a prize for a young promising author. Nominated to Nike Literary Prize and Angelus Literary Prize for Central Europe.

Maciej Wasielewski

(b.1982) - Author of a book „The Queen Arrives Tomorrow and co-author of  „81:1. Tales From Faroe Islands”.

Mirosław Wlekły

– reporter of weekly magazine "Duży Format", a graduate of University of Wroclaw and Polish School of Reportage). Author of a non-fiction book "All inclusive. Paradise, in which sex is a god" and an e-book "Where are you from, Francis? Trip to the country of the Pope". He published also his reportages in anthologies: "Grzech jest kobietą", "NieObcy" and in the international press (including Portugal, Germany and Angola). He is a co-author of reportages transferred to the theater stage: "Listy na wolność" in New Theatre in Poznan  and "Swarka" in Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz. He is currently working on another non-fiction spectacle in Bydgoszcz and writing journalistic biography of Tony Halik. Nominated for awards: Newsweek them. Teresa Torańskiej and them. Beata Pawlak.

Agnieszka Wójcińska

(b.1976) - journalist. She has published two books: „Reporters non-fiction. Interviews with Polish reporters” (Czarne, 2011) i „The ant’s perspective. Interviews with reporters of the world.” (Czarne, 2015). She writes for „Gazeta Wyborcza”, „Polityka”, „Zwierciadło”, „Dialog-Pheniben”, „Tygodnik Powszechny” and „Przekrój”.

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