Magdalena Zurawski

Magdalena Zurawski's novel The Bruise was published in 2008 by FC2/University of Alabama Press. It received both a 2008 Lambda Award and the 2007 Ronald Sukenick-American Book Review Innovative Fiction Prize. Litmus Press published her poetry collection Companion Animal in 2015, which won the Norma Faber First Book Award from the Poetry Society of America. Her most recent collection, The Tiniest Muzzle Sings Songs of Freedom, came out from Wave Books in the spring of 2019. The Operating System released Zurawski’s poem/essay Don’t Be Scared as a chapbook in Summer 2019 and her essay Being Human is an Occult Practice was published by Ugly Duckling Presse in Fall 2020.

Zurawski was a 2022-23 Fulbright Scholar in Poland, where she traced family war histories for her current book project and began translating poet Miron Bialoszewski's prose work, Heart Attack

2018 Events
The Queen of Wands: Queer Sex Magic & Poetics
2024 Events
Translation as Poetic Practice: Five Case Studies
Synchronicity and Causality between Poet-Translators and What They Translate