Raman Abramchuk was born in Minsk in 1981. He graduated from the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts: Bachelor degree in Librarianship, MA in culturology, finished a PhD program in theory and history of culture (all but thesis defense). Since 2010, Raman has been working as a professional guide-interpreter of the English, Polish, and French languages, studying Arabic for professional purposes, getting acquainted with Ukrainian through the regular reading of original works by Ukrainian writers.
As an award of a writing contest of the Union of Belarusian Writers, in 2013, Raman was selected to study at the Young Writers School of the Union of Belarusian Writers and finished its Poetry Department. Raman translated works of Dmitry Strotsev, Nassim Soleimanpour, Andrei Moskvin, and Joe Cocker. He is head of Haradski val (“City Wall”) band.
As a Belarusian-speaking writer Raman has been publishing his essays, poems, and travel notes in the main Belarusian media outlets. In 2021-2022, some of his literary works were selected for translation and publishing in anthologies dedicated to the protests and repressions in Belarus. Since 2021, Raman lives in Warsaw.