translated by David Frye Restless Books July 7, 2020 208 pages grab a copy A wild ride from the first page, Red Dust (Yoss’s latest novel in English) is a highly-entertaining space opera indebted to classic detective fiction. It also has an unusual protagonist in the form of Raymond, a positronic robot detective who is tasked
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translated by Matt Treyvaud Haikasoru November 19, 2019 224 pages grab a copy * here be spoilers Haikasoru has done it. They’ve published all ten books in Yoshiki Tanaka’s Legend of the Galactic Heroes series in English. Sadly, this was also one of Haikasoru’s last publications, but we can take heart from the fact that
Check out the latest SFRA Review, which includes my regular column on the “SF in Translation Universe,” Mengtian Sun’s essay “Liu Cixin’s Alien Encounter SF as Postcolonial Fantasy,” Cait Coker’s review of Readymade Bodhisattva: The Kaya Anthology of South Korean Science Fiction, and my review of Lingua Cosmica.
translated by Matt Treyvaud Haikasoru July 16, 2019 224 pages grab a copy * here be spoilers Aaaaand I still can’t believe that Yang Wen-li is dead. But moving on. Volume 9 picks up with Julian Mintz and his small community on Iserlohn also trying to move forward and establish their position in relation to
translated by Will Vanderhyden Open Letter Books November 12, 2019 550 pages grab a copy Two years ago, I reviewed Fresán’s novel The Invented Part, and even though I somehow managed to convey what I believed the book was about and how it was structured, I’m still, even now, trying to process it. And now