He was born in 1975 in Minsk.
Author of six novels ("Alindarka's Children", "Dogs of Europe", "Mr. A.'s Last Book", etc.), several collections of essays, poems and journalistic texts. Alhierd Bacharevič's books have been translated into English, German, French, Polish, Russian and Scottish.
He is a winner of the "Book of the Year" and German Erwin Piscator Prizes, multiple winner of the Second Jerzy Giedroyc Prize, author of the best books of the year according to a poll by Radio Liberty. Participant of many international literary festivals.
He translated from German the works of the Grimm brothers, Wilhelm Gauff and contemporary authors. He is a creator of the language Balbuta. The Prague publishing house "Viasna" is preparing a collection of "Poems" — the first book of poetry by Bacharevič, which collects his texts from different years.
Now lives in Graz (Austria).