- Miłosz Biedrzycki
His poems appeared in various literary magazines, including brulion, Trafika, Boston Review, Chicago Review, Fence and Washington Square Review. Biedrzycki is the author of seven books of poetry published in Poland, one published in Slovenia, and one in USA. He translated poetry of Tomaž Šalamun (Jabłoń, Zielona Sowa 2004, ISBN 83-7389-630-9). He was a 2010 resident of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa. A brother of Mariusz Biedrzycki.
- *, (1993)
- OO, (1994)
- Pył/Łyp, (1997)
- No i tak, (2002), ISBN 83-86735-80-5
- Sonce na asfaltu/Słońce na asfalcie/Il sole sull'asfalto, (2003), ISBN 961-90833-6-9
- 69, (2006), ISBN 83-60511-03-9
- wygrzebane, (2007), ISBN 83-910030-78
- Sofostrofa i inne wiersze, (2007), ISBN 978-83-85568-88-9
- 69 (American version), (2010), ISBN 978-0-939010-99-8
- Życie równikowe, (2010), ISBN 978-83-60746-64-6
- Biedrzycki, W. & Biedrzycki, M. (1991): Pit Water as a Source of Thermal Energy. – Proceedings, 4th International Mine Water Association Congress, 1: 13–23, 4 Abb., 1 Tab.; Ljubljana.
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