Wojciech Orliński

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Wojciech Orliński
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Wojciech Orliński at the Polcon 2007 convention in Warsaw
Born 24 January 1969
Warsaw, Poland
Occupation Writer, journalist
Nationality Polish
Genre science fiction, journalism, travel

Wojciech Orliński (born 24 January 1969 in Warsaw) is a Polish journalist, writer, and blogger. Since 1997, he is regular columnist for Gazeta Wyborcza.

He has written several books, including an alternate history novel, an encyclopaedic guide to Stanisław Lem (Co to są sepulki?), a biography of Stanisław Lem, three travel books and an essay on dangers connected with the development of the Internet. He has also published science-fiction stories and opinion pieces in Nowa Fantastyka.



  • Co to są sepulki? Wszystko o Lemie (2007) – a book about Stanisław Lem
  • Mark BarberUrban Legends (RM 2007) – preface to the Polish edition and a chapter about Polish urban legends
  • Ameryka nie istnieje (Pascal, 2010) – a book describing the author's journey across the US.
  • Internet. Czas się bać (Agora 2013) - a book busting myths about the goodness of Internet and showing the dangers.

Short stories[edit]

  • Retro ("Nowa Fantastyka" 11/1991)
  • Śnieżka ("Nowa Fantastyka" 1/1999)
  • Wszystkie szajby świata ("Nowa Fantastyka" 4/2007)
  • Diabeł warszawski (Ksiega strachu anthology, Runa 2007)
  • Socpunk ("Nowa Fantastyka" 2/2008)
  • Stanlemian (Głos Lema anthology, wyd. Powergraph 2011, Lemistry anthology, wyd. Comma Press 2011)


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