Andrzej Zimniak

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Andrzej Zimniak
Andrzej Zimniak Polcon 2015.JPG
Born (1946-10-03) 3 October 1946 (age 70)
Warsaw, Poland
Occupation chemist, science fiction writer
Citizenship Polish
Genre science fiction
Website
zimniak.art.pl

Andrzej Zimniak (October 3, 1946 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish chemist and science fiction writer. He has published two novels and eight short story collections.

His short story "A Cage Full of Angels" has been published in the anthology A Polish Book of Monsters (2011, translated by Michael Kandel).[1] This story was nominated for the Janusz A. Zajdel Award in 1994.

His prose has been called "difficult to classify" and centered on the question of subjectivity.[1]

He is the initiator of the Jerzy Żuławski Literary Award (Polish: Nagroda Literacka im. Jerzego Żuławskiego).

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His short stories has also been published in various literary magazines and anthologies.

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  1. ^ a b Wodzynski, Lukasz; Tomaszewski, Irene; Jablonska, Justine, eds. (July 11, 2011). "A Polish Book of Monsters: Five Dark Tales from Contemporary Poland: A Review". The Cosmopolitan Review. 3 (2). Retrieved August 6, 2011. 

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