Jacek Komuda

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Jacek Komuda

Jacek Lech Komuda (born 23 June 1972) is a Polish writer and historian. He specialized in the period of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and History of Poland (1569–1795), and is the author of several novels and short stories of fantasy/historical novel genre. He is a co-author of the Dzikie Pola role-playing game, and script writer for the Wiedźmin[1] and Earth 2160 computer games. He is also an editor of computer game magazine GameStar (Polish edition), and used to contribute to Click! and Komputer Świat GRY magazines.

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  • Czarna Cytadela ("Nowa Fantastyka" 5/1991)
  • Zapomniana duma ("Fenix" 2/1995)
  • Trzech do podziału ("Nowa Fantastyka" 6/1996)
  • Wampiry z Odrzykońskiej ("Nowa Fantastyka" 12/1999)
  • Tak daleko od nieba ("Nowa Fantastyka" 6/1997 and anthology Robimy rewolucję, Prószyński i S-ka 2000)
  • Nobile verbum ("Nowa Fantastyka" 8/2003)
  • 36 pięter w dół (anthology Demony, Fabryka Słów 2004)
  • Diabeł w kamieniu ("Nowa Fantastyka" 10/2004)

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This article incorporates information from the revision as of 26 December 2005 of the equivalent article on the Polish Wikipedia.