Sylwia Chutnik


Sylwia Chutnik (given birth to 1979 in Warsaw) is a Polish novelist, article writer, feminist, sociable activist. She graduated in gender research at Warsaw University or college. She is presently going after her PhD in the Institute of Polish Tradition at Warsaw University or college. Her debut novel Kieszonkowy atlas kobiet (Pocket Atlas of Ladies) was posted in 2008. Her second book Dzidzia (Diddums) arrived this year 2010. She actually is also a Warsaw town guideline and a charity employee. She has released a Warsaw guidebook, known as Warszawa kobiet (Ladies’s Warsaw) which manuals people round the lesser known areas of the town where famous ladies who utilized to live. . She actually is the chairperson of MaMa Basis which aims to boost the problem of moms’ privileges in Poland. Chutnik is usually an associate of a casual group “8th March Ladies’s Coalition”. In her functions she targets feminism and gender issues, Polish culture and history. Chutnik is an associate from the Polish Authors’ Association. She hosted a Television literary program “Cappuccino z książką” (Cappuccion and a reserve), and „Zapomniani-odzyskani” (Neglected- discovered). She’s been writing columns to a weekly mag “Polityka” since 2016. Chutnik writes a column in “Gazeta Stołeczna” and a females magazine “Pani”.


Chutnik was acknowledged by many establishments on her behalf literary achievements aswell as social function. She was honored by Ashoka on her behalf public work. It really is a so-called public employees' Nobel. She actually is a laureate of the girl of Warsaw 2007 competition, and gained the Wawoactive 2008 competition. Chutnik continues to be nominated for the Nike literary award three times up to now. In '09 2009 she became the laureate of "Polityka Passport Award" on her behalf literary functions. She became a scholarship or grant holder of Homines Urbani (2008), a laureate from the Lithuanian Books Institute (2009), a laureate from the Ministry of Lifestyle and Country wide Heritage (2010), the town of Warsaw (2010), as well as the Goethe Institute (2010).


Kieszonkowy atlas kobiet, (Pocket Atlas of Women) Kraków 2008 (translated into Czech, German, Lithuanian, Russian, Slovak) Dzidzia, (Diddums) Warszawa 2009 Warszawa kobiet, (Women's Warsaw) Warszawa 2011 Mama ma zawsze rację, (Mum's always correct), Warszawa 2012 Cwaniary, (The Hustlers), Warszawa 2012 W krainie czarów, (In the wonderful world of magic), Kraków 2014 Jolanta, Kraków 2015 Smutek cinkciarza, (The sadness of the shylock), Warszawa 2016.