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Mirosław P. Jabłoński

Mirosław P. Jabłoński

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Mirosław P. Jabłoński

Mirosław Jabłoński (born on the 26th of May 1955 in Zakopane) – Polish science-fiction writer, translator, film screenwriter, journalist and traveller. In 1981, he completed his studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Krakow University of Technology. Graduate of the part-time Screenwriting School at the Łódź Film School. Winner of the creative City of Krakow Stiped in 1988. His sci-fi debut was the short story “Drzewo genealogiczne” [“The Family Tree”] published in Nurt magazine (1978, no 1). He has also been published in Gazeta Krakowska, Problemy, Pismo Literacko-Artystyczne, Fantastyka and Fenix. His debut novel was Kryptonim ‘Psima’ [Codename: Psima] (Iskry 1982), which belongs to the mainstream hard sci-fi genre. Screenplay of Piotr Szulkin’s film Ga, ga. Glory to the Heroes was inspired partly by the titular novel and Pier Paolo Pasolini’s La Ricotta. As a journalist, he worked at and contributed to Krakow’s Gazeta Towarzyska, Czas Krakowski, Gazeta Krakowska and Gazeta Wyborcza. Currently, he is a contributor to New York’s Nowy Dziennik, where he publishes his travel accounts. He is a member of the Krakow branch of the Polish Writers Association. He is the author of translations of works by Jonathan Carroll, Roger Zelazny, Carl Sagan and Philip K. Dick.

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