Mikolaj Lozinski

Field of Practice:

Literature

City, Country:

Warsaw, Poland

Year:

2009, 2010, 2011

Born 1980 in Warsaw.

Mikolaj Lozinski studied sociology and completed his MA degree at the Sorbonne University in Paris/France.

He was employed as a photographer for Polish newspapers and as Polish-French translator for Arte Télévision.

Currently, Mikolaj Lozinski is working on his second novel. His debut novel Reisefieber [Travel nerves] was released in 2006 with Znak publishers and translated into several European languages. For his debut he was awarded the Koscielscy Literary Prize, the second prize of the Polish Culture Foundation and was nominated for the Nike Literary Prize. His children’s book Tales for Ida was also published by Znak in 2008.

Mikolaj Lozinski achieved numerous fellowships, among others a fellowship at Ledig House in New York, NY/USA, at Chateaux Lavigny in Lausanne/Switzerland and at Villa Decius in Cracow/Poland.