Marina and Serhiy Gachenko

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May 21, 2022

Marina and Serhiy Gachenko (Ukrainian: Марина та Сергій Дяченко) Ukrainian sci-fi, fantasy and storytelling couple.

Their life

Marina Yuriyna Gyachenko was born in Kiev on January 23, 1968, and her husband, Serhiy Serhijovich, was born on April 14, 1945, also in Kiev. They wrote in both Russian and Ukrainian. He graduated as a screenwriter in 1980. Marina graduated from the Kiev Theater Institute in 1989 as an actress. They married in 1993. Serhiy Gachenko died on May 5, 2022, at the age of 77.

Their work

In 1994, their first novel, Привратник, was published 1994 - Привратник 1996 - Ritual 1996 - Шрам 1997 - Ведьмин век 1997 - Переемник 1997 - Scout 1998 - Pesher 1999 - Armagh-dome 1999 - Казнь 1999 - Рубеж 2000 - Авантюрист 2001 - Долина Совести 2001 - Магам можно всё 2003 - Pandem 2004 - Varan 2005 - Ключ от королевства 2005 - Пентакль 2005 - Slavic Oblast 2006 - Дикая Энергия. Лана 2006 - Алёна и Аспирин 2007 - Vita Nostra (in Hungarian: Alexander and the Disciples of Creation (Metropolis Media, 2009) ISBN 9789639828407 2008 - Медный король 2008 - You are not in the country 2009 - Цифровой, или Brevis est [1] - Мигрант, или Brevi finietur (in Hungarian: Arszen and the Power of the Game (Metropolis Media, 2013) ISBN 9786155158322 [2] - Одержимая [3] - Leon [4] - Стократ (novels and short stories) [5] - Темный мир. Равновесие

Their works published in Hungarian

Alexander and the disciples of creation; ford. Györgyi Weisz; Metropolis Media, Bp., 2009 (Metropolis books) Arsen and the power of the game; ford. Margit H. Fejérvári; Metropolis Media, Bp., 2013 Andrei and the Pilgrims of the Earth; ford. Györgyi Weisz; Metropolis Media, Bp., 2014 (Galaxy Fantastic Books)

Their fees

2001 Zvezdny cost award Звёздный мост 2002 Zvezdny cost award Звёздный мост 2002 Aelita Award 2004 Golden Roscon Award 2005 Gold Roscon Award 2005 Zvezdny cost award Звёздный мост 2005 Eurocon Award 2008 Gold Roscon Award

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Translation

This article is based in part or on a translation of the Russian Wikipedia article Дяченко, Марина и Сергей. The editors of the original article are listed in its page history. This indication merely indicates the origin of the wording and does not serve as a source for the information in this article.

Resources

Author's website (in Russian)

More information

Tamás Galgóczi book review - Marina and Sergei Gyachenko: Alexander and the disciples of creation (Culture)