Janusz Leon Wisniewski ( Polish Janusz Leon Wiśniewski ; August 18, 1954, Torun) is a popular modern Polish writer . Recognized in 2001, after the release of the debut novel "Loneliness on the Web . "
|Janusz Leon Wisniewski|
|Janusz Leon Wiśniewski|
Fot: Agata Dyka (NY 2007)
|Date of Birth|
|Place of Birth||Torun , Poland|
|Occupation||, , ,|
|Years of creativity||since 2001|
|Genre||modern prose, journalism|
|Language of Works||Polish|
|Debut||"Loneliness on the Web"|
Janusz Leon Wisniewski was born on August 18, 1954 in Torun , the capital of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship of Poland . His parents are both Poles, father is the driver, mother is the owner of the store. Janusz has an older brother who is currently teaching chemistry at the Torun lyceum.
At fourteen he entered the Maritime College in Kolobrzeg, subordinate to the Ministry of Maritime Transport, after 5 years received a diploma of a long-distance sailor. After graduating from the University of Torun, he studied physics, defended his doctoral dissertation. At the same time he studied at the Faculty of Economics. He defended his doctoral dissertation in chemistry in Lodz. He received a doctorate in computer science, is now engaged in bioinformatics.
Janusz lives in Germany , in Frankfurt .
He was married, has 2 daughters, John and Hell. He said of them: “In my life there are only two of the most significant women. The first is my eldest daughter, the second is the youngest. "
Knows German, English and Russian.
The first novel, "Loneliness on the Web," Vishnevsky wrote in 2001, although as the author himself says, the idea of the novel appeared on May 27, 1987  . Vishnevsky notes that the writing of the novel coincided with "depression after success" - there was a divorce while receiving a doctorate in chemistry. The heroes of the book, for the most part, are real people who met in the life of the author. These are Jim, the addict whom Vishnevsky met on a business trip to the United States, Jennifer, whom the author met during his stay at the UN scholarship in England and others. The book about virtual love, which has become a reality, instantly became popular. For three years, the novel did not leave the bestseller list (about 300 thousand copies were sold in Poland in total), and withstood many reprints, including with additions as a result of discussions with readers on online forums. This book is an open look of a modern man on a modern woman, on events important for a modern person, this story about what is here and now. Heroes get acquainted in Internet chats, exchange erotic experiences, exchange stories from life that cannot be compared with fiction.
The author himself has repeatedly noted that the main character Yakub is an ideal man, there are no such people, although there were discussions on Internet forums that in fact Yakub is a weak coward and a loser who has lost everything in life  .
One way or another, the book withstood all kinds of criticism and was screened in 2006  .
In 2002, the first collection of Vishnevsky’s short stories “Mistress” was published. The book includes 6 stories - “Undine's Curse Syndrome” - the story of Matilda, a patient with a rare respiratory disorder, who came up with herself Jacob, who would support her during heavy night hours; “ANOREXIA NERVOSA” - the story of Adrianne, who lost her beloved and the meaning of her own existence with her death; “Mistress” is a story about a woman meeting a married man, about all her emotions and feelings, about submission to a loved one; “The Night After the Wedding” - the story of Magda Goebbels on the night after the wedding of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun; “Menopause” is a story about a woman who does not want to put up with old age; “Closed cycle” - as the author himself claims, the story is inspired by memories of sailing by share of service  .
In 2003, a collection of short stories "Martin". “Martina”, in the words of Vishnevsky himself, contains “what fiction seeks most of all in people: fiction about love here and now, about true friendship, moral choice, sin, loneliness, the relativity of truth, the meaning of life and "about the happiness that we often look very far away, but which is constantly next to us and patiently waiting until we notice it and reach out to it."
In 2004, Vishnevsky wrote a second novel, "Repeating Fate." In his new novel, Vishnevsky, with his intricate subtlety, tells the story of two people - this time about selflessness and sacrifice, about the choice between love and loneliness. Creating a modern family saga, Vishnevsky remains faithful to his admiration for science and knowledge, familiar from his “Solitude on the Web” - he peeps and analyzes the world from various perspectives in search of an answer to the most important question from his point of view: how to live only once given to us life? In this novel, the theme of the family comes to the forefront - its significance in the life of every person. Random relationships, casual acquaintances, random success - this is not the reason for the collapse of the family.
In 2007, a collection of arguments “Why do we need men” is published. The book, written in the genre of journalism, casts doubt on stereotypes, argues and refutes opinions, explores and reveals new things about the strong half of humanity. This book is an attempt to build a bridge between scientific theory and the “voice” of the heart, that which is proved, and that which is felt.
In 2008, Vishnevsky released another storybook - “Bed”, consisting of five stories and an interview with Vishnevsky himself. “Arrhythmia” - the story of a woman who lost her beloved as a result of a medical error, the story that love combines two lives into one; “Bed” is the story of Ani, the story of her love and loneliness, the story that every person has the right to love, the right to experience it: “About lies” - a love story, where objects are machines; “Rating of emotions” - a story about love, betrayal and revenge; The “test” is the story of how two people behave when they find out that one of them is HIV-positive, the story is a test of the strength of love and the opinion that it should overcome everything.
In the same year, Vishnevsky publishes a collection of short stories, “Molecules of Emotion,” the story of human dramas, love, and suffering. This is a picture of what is deepest covered, the most painful, the most important.
The same year was marked by the release of the collection of short stories “Scenes from Life Behind the Wall”, where all the stories are about love and hate, about betrayals and disappointments, about patience and hopes, about how feelings decorate - or disfigure human life.
In 2009, the book "Intimate Theory of Relativity" appeared - on the relativity of truth. The main idea of the book is to try to prove that before you condemn a person, you can try to understand him.
In the same year, Wisniewski tries co-authorship and publishes together with Malgozhata Domagalik  , the famous Polish journalist and TV presenter, editor-in-chief of the women's magazine “Pani”, the book “188 Days and Nights”. They write each other emails. Commenting on life outside the window, they discuss a lot of topics, she is like a militant feminist, he is like a man exalting women. Love , God , fidelity , eternal youth , plastic surgery , Viagra , pornography , literature , music - nothing escapes their tenacious gaze.
In the same 2009, Vishnevsky wrote a tale for adults “Marcelinka. In search of the most important thing ”  . The main character is still the unborn girl Marcelinka, who is in the womb, mentally travels through the universe, choosing the best world for her birth. The girl examined all the distant corners of the Universe and realized that the best of the worlds is the one in which her own mother is preparing to bring her.
The same year was marked by the release of the new novel “Bikini”. The new novel by Janusz Leon Wisniewski “Bikini” is a love story of a German and an American, which takes place at the end of World War II. The heroine of the novel, Anna, is beautiful, speaks excellent English and dreams of a photographer's career. Could she have thought that her best works would be photographs of the destroyed hometown, and then she will be first awaited by New York, and then the delightful Bikini Atoll.
A little later that same year, Vishnevsky again paired with Domagalik wrote his new book, Between the Lines. In this dialogue of two people, any opinions can coexist - about love and marriage, about betrayal and fidelity, about aphrodisiacs and allergies, about Doris Lessing and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, about Vysotsky and Marina Vladi - but harmony reigns supreme.
In 2010, a new book was published - “Arrhythmia of feelings” co-authored with Dorotha Wellman. For the first time, the author talks about himself, shares with his readers his innermost thoughts about life, love and literature. Answering the sharp, sometimes provocative questions of the popular Polish journalist Dorota Wellman, a host of a number of television programs, talk shows, producer of television and radio programs, an expert on women, a male feminist, as Vishnevsky calls himself, reveals to his readers his own secrets and secrets of creative kitchen, shares his sorrows, hopes and dreams, talks about the time spent in New York, about the reasons that prompted him to move to Frankfurt, about his favorite restaurants, music, entertainment, people who influenced the world of his worldview.
Also in 2010, Vishnevsky’s book, Loneliness in Love, was published. This book includes the statements and thoughts not only of Janusz Wisniewski himself, but also of his heroes, men and women, loving and lonely, believers and atheists, collected from his books and articles.
In 2011, “Irresistible desire for intimacy” was released. In his new book, Janusz Vishnevsky writes about how everywhere - from Moscow to the island of Bora Bora - men and women dream of love and intimacy. Telling his stories, the writer is convinced: the pursuit of happiness does not depend on the place of residence, social status and skin color.
At the end of 2011, Vishnevsky, together with Irada Vovnenko, wrote the novel “Love and Other Dissonances”. Against the background of modern Moscow and modern Berlin, the love of two different people is shown. A failed musician and a failed actress, who felt completely alone, find each other despite all the dissonances and difficulties of life  .
In 2012, Vishnevsky wrote a collection of short stories, “Blood Flow”. Janusz Vishnevsky studies love as a living organism - placing it in different life situations, changing place, time and characters. He puts experiments on love and even dissects it, trying to find an answer to the ancient question as time: what is Love and is it possible to control this powerful elemental feeling? But each time she turns to a person with a new face, slips away and fools, remaining mysterious and incomprehensible like life itself, like a pulse and blood flow  .
In 2013, Vishnevsky wrote a deeply personal story about what he had experienced and felt - “On Facebook with his son.” This is a bitter and wonderful revelation about the inner world of a person with a soul tormented by doubts - about life and love, about a world that is divinely unfair, in which the sensual is always associated with suffering. The novel was written on behalf of the writer’s mother  .
In the same year, Janusz wrote a collection of essays entitled “Scenes from Marital Life” - about love and sex, about their place in the life of a man and woman. The author ponders over and over again how the two people have an incomparable sensation of intimacy and how the proximity of bodies and the proximity of souls relate to each other. And we feel the breath of life, at the same time bitter and sweet because even the greatest intimacy is so easy to lose.
In 2014, the book “Grand” was published - a book about a historic hotel in Sopot, in which Hitler, de Gaulle, Marlene Dietrich, Shakira, Putin lived at different times, and dedicated the secrets of its modern guests.
- Internet Movie Database
- This fact is mentioned in the "Arrhythmias of feelings"
- This fact was recorded on many online forums, this is the opinion of readers, in no way reviews
- The film “S @ motność w Sieci” was also Vishnevsky’s film debut
- This fact is also reflected in the book "Arrhythmia of feelings"
- Biography of Malgozhata Domagalik
- Illustrations for its design were created by the famous Polish artist Matcin Piwowarsk
- Janusz Vishnevsky and Irada Vovnenko about love and other dissonances Archived March 4, 2016 on Wayback Machine
- A new book by Janusz Leon Wisniewski's "Blood Flow"
- AST publishes a new novel by Janusz Leon Wisniewski “On Facebook with his Son”.
- Personal site
- Audiobooks and e-books, in Russian and Polish by Janusz Wisniewski on the website "Loneliness in the network"
- “Loneliness is always”, an interview with the writer
- Interview with Janusz Leon Vishnevsky
- The book "Bikini" ("Bikini")
- Yanush Vishnevsky: “Women want peace of mind and many, many shoes” (interview)
- Irada Vovnenko and Janusz Leon Vishnevsky “About love and other dissonances” (interview with A'Propos magazine (By the way) 3 () 8) 2011
- Dialogue without solitude (interview with Janusz Vishnevsky and Irada Vovnenko)
- Conference in “Arguments and Facts”
- Yanush Vishnevsky: “In the 94th, the entire Internet was placed in a thin brochure” (interview)
- “Polyglot of human destinies: Janusz Leon Wisniewski in Moscow”, interview