JESCHKE, Wolfgang. Czech, b. 1936. Genres: Science fiction/Fantasy. Career: Writer, editor, and publisher of science fiction. Kindler Verlag, editor, 1960-69; Kindlers Literaturlexikon, editor, 1969-73; Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, editor, 1973-. Publications: Der Zeiter (short stories), 1970; Der letzte Tag der Schopfung (novel), 1981, as The Last Day of Creation, trans. by G. Mander, 1982; Midas (novel), 1987, trans. by Jeschke, 1990; Schlechte Nachrichten aus dem Vatikan (short stories and radio dramas), 1993. Author of science fiction stories; author of on-line essays. Address: Kurfuertenstrasse 47, D-8000 Munich 40, Germany.
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