translated by Steve Redwood Sportula First Spanish edition: September 1995; English edition: July 2015 170 pages grab a copy It’s not every day that you have the pleasure of reading the world’s first Spanish cyberpunk novel, so when you do get that opportunity, you relish it. First published in 1995, Cat’s Whirld is a
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translated by Nigel Ross Acheron Books February 3, 2017 203 pages They were the Shardan. They were the chosen people, the guardians of Hell, the rulers of the sea. Thus begins the story of Bronze-Age warriors on Sardinia in a desperate battle against the Incubi, who have started pouring out of the netherworld and
Check out my review of Radiant Terminus by Antoine Volodine, translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman, in the latest issue of World Literature Today.
translated by James Womack Nevsky Books March 1, 2017 139 pages grab a copy It’s not often that you’ll find four entirely different worlds inhabiting a single, slender book. But that’s exactly what’s going on in Moon Scars, a collection of stories by the award-winning Spanish author Ángel Luis Sucasas. Werewolves, technologically-sophisticated toys, magical underwater
translated by Karen Gernant and Chen Zeping Open Letter Books March 14, 2017 470 pages In a surreal/unreal place called “Pebble Town” live men, women, and children for whom such concepts as time and geographical location seem meaningless. “Frontier”, then, is quite the appropriate title, given that this particular word conjures up images of