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Konrad Bogusław Bach was born in 1984 in Nakło nad Notecią, Poland, and grew up in the German city of Hanover. After completing his national service as a nurse, he studied Catholic theology, and theatre studies, Latin and Greek philology and screenwriting in Berlin, Krakow and Rome. In 2018, he did his PhD at the InterArt research training group with his thesis on laughter in the performance (Das Lachen in der Aufführung). Currently, Bach is working as a teacher for Latin, performing arts and art at the Karl Liebknecht high school in Frankfurt/Oder at the German-Polish border. After many years of living in Berlin, he now lives and writes in Gubin, Poland.
Konrad Bach is a recipient of the Nuremberg Writers' Scholarship, a graduate of the 30th Script Workshop Munich, and he was participating in the 14th writing workshop of the Juergen Ponto Foundation.