Romanian SFT: Anthologies (Part III)

  The Phantom Church and Other Stories from Romania, edited by Georgiana Farnoaga (University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997). “The escape into the realm of fantasy revived an old literary genre, the fantastic tale, favored by a Romanian literature rooted in the magic and myth of folklore. In the superreality it created, political satire, protest, and

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Guest Review: The Weight of Snow by Christian Guay-Poliquin

Daniel Haeusser reviews short works of SFT that appear both online and in print. He is an Assistant Professor in the Biology Department at Canisius College, where he teaches microbiology and leads student research projects with bacteria and bacteriophage. He’s also an associate blogger with the American Society for Microbiology’s popular Small Things Considered. Daniel reads

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Romanian SFT: Anthologies (Part II)

Romanian Fantastic Tales, ed. uncredited, translated by Ana Cartianu (Minerva Publishing House, 1981). “Archaeus” by Mihai Eminescu “Ioan Vestimie” by Mihai Eminescu “Minjoala’s Inn” by Ion Luca Caragiale “Hen Coops” by Alexandru Macedonski “Califar’s Mill” by Gala Galaction “Spell-bound” by Vasile Voiculescu “Amin, the Fisherman” by Vasile Voiculescu “The Salmon-trout” by Vasile Voiculescu “The Recluse”

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Romanian SFT: Review of TWELVE: A Romanian Science-Fiction Anthology

selected and introduced by Cornel Robu Sedona Publishing House (Timişoara, Romania) 1995 more information about the anthology here     Stories included (in order of original Romanian publication): “Igor’s Mannequin” (1938) by Victor Papilian, tr by Virgil Stanciu “Tristan’s Last Avatar”/ “The Last Avatar of Tristan the Old” (1966) by Vladimir Colin, tr by Mihaela

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