Check out The Mookse and the Gripes Podcast’s Episode 2 on the work of Soviet-era speculative author Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky here.
Category Archives: SFT recs
Spanish science fiction is almost unknown outside Spain and its impact abroad is much below what it truly merits. Few are the works that make waves, the most outstanding being the “Victorian Trilogy” of Félix J. Palma, whose first novel, The Map of Time, reached the New York Times best-seller list. Other noteworthy titles are
The good folks at Book Riot have really let me get my SFT on this year. So here, in one place, are links to the posts I’ve written so far. Let me know which country/language I should write about next! “Speculative Fiction in Translation: China” “Speculative Fiction in Translation: Italy” “Speculative Fiction in Translation:
Over at Tor.com, you can read my post on an alternate Hugo Awards finalist list that includes some fabulous speculative fiction in translation from 2016. Enjoy!
My essay, “Robots, Ghosts, and Dreams: Some Preoccupations of World SF,” was recently published in Mithila Review: read it here!