Michael Marrak

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Michael Marrak (born 1965 in Weikersheim, Baden-Württemberg) is a German science fiction and horror writer. He is also an illustrator and from 1993 to 1996 he edited the magazine Zimmerit. One of his best known works is the Kurd-Laßwitz-Preis winning novel Lord Gamma. He also won the Deutscher Science Fiction Preis for his short stories twice.

He's also the author of the backstory for the real-time combat space massively multiplayer online game Black Prophecy, developed by Reakktor Media GmbH and released March 21, 2011.


  • Stadt der Klage, 1997 - edition monochrom
  • Lord Gamma, 2000
  • Imagon, 2002
  • Morphogenesis, 2005
  • Das Aion 1 - Kinder der Sonne, 2008

Computer games[edit]

  • Black Prophecy - Gambit, 2011

Short Story Collections[edit]

  • Monafyhr, 1994
  • Grabwelt, 1996
  • Die Stille nach dem Ton, 1998
  • Armageddon mon amour - Fünf Visionen vom Ende (with Karsten Kruschel), 2012.


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