The latest issue of Strange Horizons features two SFT reviews: my review of Francesco Verso’s Nexhuman and Kari Sperring’s review of Red Girls. Check ’em out!
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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
This is the fifth in a series of posts featuring speculative flash fiction in translation. The series highlights both new and established spec fic writers from around the world. “Ron,” by the Italian writer Ben Bamboo Korami, was the winner of a flash fiction contest held by Acheron Books in conjunction with sfintranslation.com. I
Frankenstein meets classic cyberpunk in this work of contemporary Italian science fiction by Francesco Verso. Check out my review in an upcoming issue of Strange Horizons.
The Mountains of Parnassus by Czeslaw Milosz, translated by Stanley Bill (Yale University Press, January 10) “Written in the 1970s and published posthumously in Polish in 2012, Milosz’s deliberately unfinished novel is set in a dystopian future where hierarchy, patriarchy, and religion no longer exist. Echoing the structure of The Captive Mind and written in