Dabrowska Krystyna 1

Krystyna Dąbrowska (born in 1979) is a poet, translator, and essayist. She graduated from the Graphics Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
She is the author of poetry books: Biuro podróży (Travel Agency, 2006), Białe krzesła (White Chairs, 2012), Czas i przesłona (Time and Aperture, 2014). Her second collection won the prestigious Kościelski Award (2013) and the inaugural Wisława Szymborska Award (2013). Her poems have been translated into English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Greek, French, Portuguese, Bulgarian and Chinese. They appear regularly in literary magazines in Poland and abroad, including Harper’s Magazine, Akzente, Sinn und Form, Quadernario LietoColle 2016 and Manuskripte. The selection of her poems in Italian will be published by Valigie Rosse in November 2017.
Her translations include the poetry of W. C. Williams, W. B. Yeats, Thomas Hardy, Thom Gunn and Charles Simic, as well as selected letters of Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell. She translated also two early satires of Jonathan Swift (The Battel of the Books; A Tale of a Tub, published in 2013) and The Thirteen Petalled Rose. A Discourse on the Essence of Jewish Existence and Belief by Adin Steinsaltz (published in 2014).
She lives and works in Warsaw.