Jan Krasnowolski, born in 1972 in Krakow, Poland, is a writer, essayist and translator. He is the author of three books of creative fiction, 9 łatwych kawałków [9 simple pieces] (2001), Klatka [Cage] (2006) and Afrykańska elektronika [African Electronics] (2013). His book African Electronics is made up of four long stories, which explore the life and work of contemporary Polish emigrants. He is the winner of three Machina Magazine creative writing awards and his work has been published in various literary journals including Studium, Lampa, Odra, Ha!art and Kartki. In 2006, he settled in Bournemouth in the UK. He is now working on his next novel, which is set in Britain, while much of his work is also presently being translated into English.
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