Marek Huberath

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Marek S. Huberath

Marek S. Huberath (pen name, born 1954) is a Polish professor of physics in the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and an award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer. His themes are philosophical, moral, and religious: how people become beasts or remain human in extreme circumstances. Many of his stories focus on death. Winner of the Zajdel Award in 1991 for a short story Kara większa and in 1997 for his novel Gniazdo Światów.



  • Gniazdo światów (Nest of Worlds) (NOWA 2000) (English translation by Michael Kandel, Restless Books 2014)
  • Miasta pod skałą (Cities under the Rock) (Wydawnictwo Literackie 2005)
  • Vatran Auraio (Wydawnictwo Literackie 2010)
  • Zachodni portal Katedry w Lugdunum (Western Portal of the Cathedral in Lugdunum) (Wydawnictwo Literackie 2012)

Short story collections[edit]

  • Ostatni, którzy wyszli z raju (The Last to Leave Paradise) (Zysk i S-ka 1996)
  • Druga podobizna w alabastrze (Second Image in Alabaster) (Zysk i S-ka 1997)
  • Balsam długiego pożegnania (Balm of Long Farewell) (Wydawnictwo Literackie 2006)

Short stories[edit]

  • "Yoo Retoont, Sneogg. Ay Noo" translated by Michael Kandel on Words without Borders; in A Polish Book of Monsters (New York: PIASA Books, 2010)
  • "Balm of a Long Farewell" translated by Michael Kandel on Words without Borders

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