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Thanks for the links. Wonder why the search engine did not find them, since the search phrase was optimal.

I search this forum for "google doodle" and came up with no results. So I figured to post this link for your enjoyment:


The article is dated 22 November 2011.

Forum in English / Guidelines For Lem-Inspired Stories?
« dnia: Sierpnia 31, 2014, 03:23:28 am »
In the opinion of the most devoted Lem fans on Solaris Station: What are the guidelines to writing fiction (or science fiction) in the vein of Stanislaw Lem?

I just signed up with this forum today, and am responding to a topic posted four years ago, located here:


Here is my suggestion:

Stanislaw Lem is known for uber-hyperbolic imagery of great intelligence and wit. So I would read three or four of his most hilarious works, such as: "The Futurological Congress," "The Star Diaries," "The Cyberiad" and "Tales of Pirx the Pirate."

You should also have (or develop) a good knowledge of social critique and other sci-fi authors who are witty, such as Kurt Vonnegut Jr. and Douglas Adams. Here is a page listing of sci-fi writers who are also hilarious:


Of course, if you are not passionate about telling tall tales, you won't get anywhere. But if you are, then this is a good start.

Forum in English / My Latest Tale Dedicated to Stanislaw Lem
« dnia: Sierpnia 31, 2014, 12:35:48 am »
I discovered this forum while doing a little research on Mr. Lem. I just completed this brief sci-fi tale in his honor:


Stanislaw Lem and Carl Jung are two major influences in my fumbling career as an author.

I will no doubt enjoy this forum immensely.

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