Agnieszka Wodzińska

Writer in the Netherlands

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Hello! I am a culture researcher and writer of lyrical essays and poetry. My work is linked below.


My poem "Vigil" appears in the unicorn zine by plantbot publishing (2020).

My essay on growing up queer in Poland, "When the Curtain Falls," was published in The Bi-ble vol. 2 in 2019.

I featured in Episodes 5 and 6 of Dr. Sadie Ryan's Accentricity podcast, disccussing my experiences with queer identity and the English language.

In 2018, I made a poetry zine reflecting on the label of a migrant in the UK, and considering how Brexit impacts it.

In 2017, I was involved with Glasgow Women's Library art project She Made the Library.


I am a member of kunstlicht's editorial team.

In 2020, I wrote an essay for kunstlicht about the absence of farm animals in the visual language of the Capitalocene.

I currently research and write for the Institute of Network Cultures.

In February 2021, I was a guest speaker on the HMM's and Impakt's event about online cultures.

  • Education
    • Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
    • University of Glasgow