Out This Month: January


“And the Wind Passes Dancing…” by Massimo Soumaré, translated from Italian by Toshiya Kamei (Unreal Magazine, January 1).



“The Talus of Madame Liken” by Asja Bakić, translated from the Croatian by Jennifer Zoble (World Literature Today, January)





“The Eternal Idol” by Amélie Olaiz, translated from the Japanese by Toshiya Kamei (Menacing Hedge, January).


“Soul Tree” by Katsuya Yatsukawa, translated from the Japanese by Toshiya Kamei (SFT, January 15).



“Sketches of a Worldwide Christo and Jeanne-Claude” by M.H. Vesseur, translated from the Dutch by Paul Vincent (Unfit Magazine, January 12).



“The Small White” by Marian Coman, translated from the Romanian by Sebastian Simon (Apex Magazine, January 15).




“All Saints’ Mountain” by Olga Tokarczuk, translated from the Polish by Jennifer Croft (Hazlitt, January 23).




“Astrolabe” by Raquel Castro, translated from the Spanish by Lawrence Schimel (Cascadia Subduction Zone, January).






A Bond Undone (Legends of the Condor Heroes Vol. 2) by Jin Yong, translated from the Chinese by Gigi Chang (MacLehose Press, January 24).





Frontiers of the Imperium (Central Imperium Book 1) by Jan Kotouc, translated from the Czech by Isabel Stainsby (Arbiter Press, January 3).







The Plotters by Un-su Kim, translated from the Korean by Sora Kim-Russell (Doubleday, January 29).









The Origin of the Fays, edited and translated by Brian Stableford (Black Coat Press, January 1).






The Enchanter’s Mirror and Other Stories by Marie-Antoinette Fagnan, translated from the French by Brian Stableford (Black Coat Press, January 1).






Mouthful of Birds by Samanta Schweblin, translated from the Spanish by Megan McDowell (Riverhead Books, January 8).








Ellen Jones reviews Tentacle in LARB






Lanie Tankard reviews Secret Passages in a Hillside Town in World Literature Today






Andrew Singer reviews CoDex 1962 for World Literature Today






Jenni Råback reviews Oneiron for Asymptote Journal




Jonathan Kirsch reviews Zion’s Fiction: A Treasury of Israeli Speculative Fiction







James Kidd reviews Legends of the Condor Heroes Book 2








“The Beautiful Mind-Bending of Stanislaw Lem” by Paul Grimstad, The New Yorker






Ken Liu’s Introduction to Broken Stars






Heather Cleary interviews Samanta Schweblin on Lithub





“Home is Where the Haunt Is: The Fantastic in Translated Fiction” by Heather Cleary

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