Mikołaj Grynberg

Mikołaj Grynberg is a photographer, author, and trained psychologist. He has published three collections: Survivors of the 20th Century, I Accuse Auschwitz, and The Book of Exodus. I’d Like to Say Sorry, but There’s No One to Say Sorry To (The New Press), his first work of fiction, was a finalist for the Nike, Poland’s top literary prize. He lives in Poland.

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Jewish Currents

Watch a dramatic reading of I’d Like to Say Sorry, but There’s No One to Say Sorry To hosted by Jewish Currents with the book&rsquos author Mikołaj Grynberg and translator Sean Gasper Bye and featuring actor Wallace Shawn, short story writer Deborah Eisenberg, and translator

Jewish Currents

Read an excerpt from I’d Like to Say Sorry, but There’s No One to Say Sorry To, originally published in Polish as Rejwach, in Jewish Currents.

Publishers Weekly

Read a review of I’d Like to Say Sorry, but There’s No One to Say Sorry To in Publishers Weekly.

Books by Mikołaj Grynberg