Julia Fiedorczuk


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Julia Fiedorczuk (b. 1975) is a Polish poet, prose writer, translator, and lecturer in American literature at the University of Warsaw. She has published five books of poetry, a collection of short stories, and two novels. Her Pushcart-nominated poem “Lands and Oceans” appeared in the November 2014 issue of WLT. Her most recent book, Nieważkość, was nominated for the Nike Prize. Oxygen, a volume of selected poetry translated by Bill Johnston, is forthcoming from Zephyr Press in 2017.

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