Ewa Białołęcka

Ewa Białołęcka (born 14 December 1967 in Elbląg) is a Polish fantasy writer. She currently lives in Gdańsk. Her literary debut was her short story ''Wariatka'' (Madwoman), published in 1993. Since then she has written more than a dozen short stories, two of which, ''Tkacz Iluzji'' (''Weaver of Illusions'') (1994) and ''Błękit Maga'' (''Magician's Blue'') (1997) were awarded with the Janusz A. Zajdel Award, and another, ''Nocny śpiewak'' (''The Night Singer''), nominated to this award. She also published ''Piołun i miód'' (''Wormwood and Honey''), all of which are part of the ''Kroniki Drugiego Kręgu'' (''The Chronicles of the Second Circle'') series. In 2005, she published ''Naznaczeni błękitem'' (''Marked with Blue''), which is a new version of the ''Tkacz Iluzji'' short story collection, made more consistent with the other two novels. Białołęcka also creates stained glass works. Provided by Wikipedia
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