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Friday Links

Your weekly dose of SF in translation links: Black Gate interviewed Mohammad Rabie, author of Otared The Guardian featured a review of Petrosyan’s The Gray House Bogi Takács reviewed Noon: 22nd Century by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky “How novelist Ken Liu is bringing Chinese sci-fi to the Western world” World Literature Today featured a review

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Friday Links

Your weekly dose of SF in translation links: A new work of Czech sf available from Twisted Spoon Press The third volume of the Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction is out this July A review of 2084: The End of the World Lithub’s list of books by Czech women that should be translated– includes

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Friday Links

Your weekly dose of SF in Translation links: “Japanese Refight the War, And Win, in Pulp Fiction”– by Andrew Pollack, NYT, 1995 (I’ve been reading the brilliant novel The Sacred Era by Yoshio Aramaki and learned about this article from the Introduction) “Singapore Fantasy Fiction Takes Flight”– by Olivia Ho, The Straits Times, May 2

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Friday Links

Your weekly dose of #SFinTranslation links: “An Image of Africa From the Sky: Jules Verne’s ‘Five Weeks in a Balloon’”- a review by John Rieder on LARB “An Isle of Amour and the Human Paradise: The Futuristic Fiction of Nicolas Ségur” by Brian Stableford on The New York Review of Science Fiction “World Weaver Press

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