Artur Domosławski (born in Warsaw in 1967) is a nonfiction writer. For two decades, he worked as a reporter and columnist for the major daily Polish newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza, and he currently writes for the biggest Polish weekly review, Polityka, and occasional for the Polish edition of Le Monde Diplomatique. His nonfiction books include Chrystus bez karabinu. O pontyfikacie Jana Pawła II (Christ without a Rifle. About the Pontificate of John Paul II), Świat nie na sprzedaż (The World Is Not for Sale), Gorączka latynoamerykańska (Latin American Fever), Ameryka zbuntowana (Rebellious America), Ryszard Kapuściński: A Life (published in English by Verso and translated into eight languages), and Śmierć w Amazonii (Death in Amazonia). His latest book, Wykluczeni (The Excluded), is about groups of people who for social or political reasons have been deprived of their rights and in many cases their lives too, not just in Latin America, but also in South East Asia and the Middle East. His next book is about the political and social revolution in Latin America. His awards includes Journalist of the Year (2010) in Poland and the Beata Pawlak Award (2008), given to a nonfiction writer who contributes to understanding between different cultures. He was a Knight Fellow at Stanford University, 2005-2006.
Author photo: Krzysztof Dubiel.