Stanisław Łubieński (b. 1983) is a graduate in cultural and Ukrainian studies from Warsaw University. He first began observing birds in childhood through soviet binoculars. Later, Łubieński took his hobby to a more serious level with trips to Hungary, Scandinavia and the Danube delta. A contributor to different newspapers and magazines, he is also a co-author of a series of films about the life of migrants in Poland. His first book, The Pirate of the Steppe, has been translated into Ukrainian and Croatian. The Birds They Sang is his first work translated in English. It won the readers’ vote for the Nike award 2017, Poland’s most prestigious literary prize, and was shortlisted for the Polityka Passport 2016 and the Gdynia Prize in 2017. He lives in Warsaw.
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