Prose writer and translator (1), the "Novaia Europa" website labelled him "The writer of the year" in 2006. Between 2007–2013, he lived in Hamburg, and then came back to Minsk.
Author of intellectual city prose, with the characteristic elements of a post-modernist game and intertextualism. A collection of several prose writings created between 1997–2001 appeared under the title "A Practical Guide to City Ruining" (Практычны дапаможнік па руйнаваньні гарадоў, 2002). His multi-layer "theatre" novel "The Damned Guests of the Capital" (Праклятыя госьці сталіцы, 2008) offers a critical reflections on the contemporary Belarusian (political) reality. His novel, dated 2009, "A Magpie on the Gallows" (Сарока на шыбеніцы), described as "a hypnotic narration on a life of one girl, Veranika, nymphomaniac and narcissist, living in a country very similar to Belarus, working for the concentration camp administration", was translated into German. In 2012, he released a novel about one of the Minsk districts – "Shabany. The Story of a Disappearance" (Шабаны. Гісторыя аднаго зьнікненьня). In the novel, critics see the elements of a game with the tradition of Magical Realism (M. Pavić, J. Cortázar). The very same year, he also published a collection of essays "Bakharevich's 'Hamburg Rating'" (Гамбурскі рахунак Бахарэвіча). Through the essays he shares his opinion on the "classics" of the Belarusian literature.