Jacek Dukaj

Jacek Dukaj is one of Poland’s most important writers of science fiction and fantasy. In 2009 he was winner of the inaugural European Literary Prize, and has also received the Koscielski Award and the Janusz A. Zajdel Award for his writing. His books include In the Land of the Infidels, The Black Seas and the bestselling Ice. In 2003 filmmaker Tomasz Baginski adapted his short story ‘The Cathedral’ into a short animation that was nominated for an Oscar.

Anthologies featuring Jacek Dukaj

Lemistry

British and Polish novelists join screenwriters, poets, computer engineers, and artists, to celebrate and explore Lem’s legacy through short stories and essays.

Conradology

Polish and British writers journey into the heart of darkness that is Europe to write responses and meditations on Conrad’s writing.