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Born in Warsaw in 1960, Andrzej Stasiuk has risen to become one of the most important and interesting writers at work in Eastern Europe today. Author of over a dozen books and winner of many prizes, he came to writing in an unusual way: in the early 1980s, he deserted the army and spent a year and a half in prison as a result. The resulting collection of short stories, The Walls of Hebron, was a huge success. He and his wife, Monika Sznajderman, also run a small publishing house in Poland, Czarne.

Books by Andrzej Stasiuk