Andris Ogriņš, born in 1975, Riga, is a Latvian poet. Ogriņš obtained his secondary education at the Natālija Draudziņa Gymnasium and went on to study at the Riga Technical University. He has worked as a post officer, data entry operator, and senior manager at the Latvian Sports Museum, and a senior advertising monitoring data researcher. His poems were first published in the Kultūras Forums magazine in 2006. Ogriņš' work since then can be found in various periodicals and web outlets. In 2007, he participated in the young and upcoming authors seminar organized by the Latvian Writers' Union. His first collection of poems Es zvēru pie kraukļiem [I Swear to Ravens] (2008) received critical acclaim and earned him the Annual Latvian Literature Award for best début, as well as the Excellence Prize from the International Writers' and Translators' House and Ventspils City Council. Ogriņš also writes prose poems, some of which have been compiled and published in Pēdējā santīma grāmata [The Last Santim Book] in 2012.
Kā būtu ja tevis nebūtu epikūr [What if you wouldn't exist epicurus]. Riga: Jāņa Rozes apgāds, 2021.
tā putna diena [The Day of That Bird]. Riga: Jāņa Rozes apgāds, 2019.
Debesu punkti [Dots in the Skies]. Riga: Pētergailis, 2017.
Plaukstu šķērsielas [Palm Intersections]. Riga: Mansards, 2015.
Подымается дышит.../Pieceļas ieelpo.../Gets up, inhales... [Poems by ]
Pēdējā santīma grāmata [The Last Santim Book]. Riga: Dienas Grāmata, 2012.
Zem pulksteņa pulkstenis [Clock Under Clock] Riga: Neputns, 2011.
Es zvēru pie kraukļiem [I Swear to Ravens]. Riga: Neputns, 2008.
About What if you wouldn't exist epicurus // Online magazine Satori, 2021 [LV]
Conversation with Andris Ogriņš // Latvijas Sabiedriskie Mediji, 2019 [LV]
About Dots in the Skies // Online magazine Satori, 2017 [LV]
About Crossroads on Palms // LALIGABA award, 2016 [EN; LV]
Conversation with Andris Ogriņš // LA.lv, 2016 [LV]
Poems by Andris Ogriņš // Online magazine Satori, 2014 [LV]
Poems by Andris Ogriņš // Online magazine Satori, 2007 [LV]
Artis Ostups, Pētījumi par vientulību, review of Palm Intersections // Diena.lv, 2015 [LV]
Anna Auziņa, Oriģinālais Ogriņš, review of Clock Under Clock // Jaunā Gaita No. 267, 2011 [LV]
Arvis Viguls, Latviešu psihs, review of I Swear to Ravens // Online magazine Satori, 2008 [LV]
2015, shortlisted for the Annual Latvian Literature Award for Palm Intersections
2011, shortlisted for the Annual Latvian Literature Award for Clock Under Clock
2008, the Annual Latvian Literature Award for I Swear to Ravens
2008, the Excellence Prize from the International Writers' and Translators' House