SHORT STORIES “Chronotope” by Raul Ciannella, translated from the Italian by Rachel Cordasco (Ab Terra 2020, January 26). A small team enslaved to data entry roles by an AI system manages to break out by combining their “alienating habits,” which allow them to work at super-fast speeds. NOVELS The Route of
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Despite being an awful year in many respects, 2020 did give us some wonderful SFT from all around the world, enriching the genre and introducing Anglophone readers to new authors and styles. From German high fantasy to Romanian steampunk, and from Spanish horror to Japanese magical realism, the SFT of 2020 showed us just how
OVERVIEW Anglophone readers might think that Romanian speculative fiction in English is rare, but they’re wrong. In fact, if you start looking for it, you’ll find it everywhere. Granted a number of the books, collections, and anthologies are either out of print or difficult to get in some Anglophone countries, but the more that we
translated from the (uncensored) Russian by Olena Bormashenko (censored version originally translated into English by Antonina L. Bouis, 1977) Chicago Review Press May 1, 2012 224 pages grab a copy here or through your local independent bookstore The great thing about Strugatsky novels is that they’re all brilliant in their own unique ways. The Dead
Check out the first issue of Eita! Magazine, which offers readers exciting new SFT from Brazil. I’m honored to have been asked to write the foreword for the first issue. Stories are from Isabor Quintiere (@iquintiere), Miguel Dracul (@MiguelDracul), Laís Dias (@oslivrosdalis), Thiago Ambrósio (@thamblage), and a secret author.