Finnish SFT index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUTHORS

Jukka Halme                         Hannu Rajaniemi

Risto Isomäki                        Johanna Sinisalo

Emmi Itäranta                       Antti Tuomainen

Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen        Jyrki Vainonen

Leena Krohn

Sari Peltoniemi

 

TRANSLATORS

Eva Buckwald                  Herbert Lomas

Bethany Fox                     Lola M. Rogers

Hildi Hawkins                   J. Robert Tupasela

Anselm Hollo                   Anna Volmari

Vivii Hyvonen                  Owen F. Witesman

Leena Likitalo

 

PRESSES/MAGAZINES/SITES

Cheeky Frawg

Books From Finland

Finnish-English Literary Translation Cooperative

Finnish Weird literary magazine

 

SHORT STORIES

Finnish Weird

Carpelan, Bo. “The Great Yellow Storm,” translated by David Hackston (1979 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Forsgren, Carita. “Hairball,” translated by Anna Volmari and J. Robert Tupasela (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

Hautala, Marko. “The Laughing Doll,” translated by Jyri Luoma (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

Holappa, Pentti. “Boman,” translated by David Hackston (1959 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Hurtta, Boris. “A Diseased Man,” translated by David Hackston (2001 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Itäranta, Emmi. “The Bearer of the Bone Harp,” translated by ? (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

Jääskeläinen, Pasi Ilmari. “Where the Trains Turn,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (Tor.com, November 2014).

—-. “Those Were the Days,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

—-. “The Haunted House on Rocketworks Street,” translated by ? (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

—-. “A Zoo From the Heavens,” translated by David Hackston (2000 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Jalonen, Olli. “Chronicles of a State,” translated by David Hackston (2003 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006 / It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

Jansson, Tove. “Shopping,” translated by David Hackston (1987 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Kallas, Aino. “Wolf Bride,” translated by David Hackston (1928 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Kangasvuo, Jenny. “The Challenges of Waste Disposal,” translated by Sara Norja (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

Kauppila, Suvi. “Wither and Blossom,” translated by the author (Samovar Magazine, March 2017).

—-. “Children of the Endless Sea,” translated by the author (Samovar Magazine, September 2018).

Kivi, Aleksis. “The Legend of the Pale Maiden,” translated by David Hackston (1870 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Kontro, Inkeri. “The Dying Embers,” translated by the author (Strange Horizons, December 2014).

Krohn, Leena. “A Heart Clothed in Black” (excerpt from Pereat Mundus: A Novel, Sort Of, translated by Hildi Hawkins, It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

—. “Datura” and “Pereat Mundus,” translated by David Hackston (1998-2001 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Leinonen, Anne. “White Threads,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

—-. “The Skinner,” translated by ? (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

Niemelä, Marketta. “Wagtail,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (Usva International 2010, ed. Anne Leinonen).

Paasilinna, Arto. “Good Heavens!,” translated by David Hackston (1980 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Paasilinna, Erno. “Congress,” translated by David Hackston (1970 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Paasonen, Markku. “Three Prose Poems,” translated by David Hackston (2001 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Peltonen, Juhani. “The Slave Breeder,” translated by David Hackston (1965 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Peltoniemi, Sari. “The Gift Boy,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (Finnish Writers, 2015).

—-. “The Golden Apple,” translated by David Hackston (2003 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Raevaara, Tiina. “My Creator, My Creation,” translated by Hildi Hawkins & Soila Lehtonen (Books from Finland, May 2010).

—-. “Ospreys,” translated by David Hackston (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

—-. “Snowfall,” translated by Sara Norja (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

Rajaniemi, Hannu. “Elegy for a Young Elk,” translated by Hannu Rajaniemi (Subterranean Online, Spring 2010)

—-. “Bear’s Bride,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (The Beastly Bride: Tales of the Animal People, eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, 1991).

Saario, Mari. “The Light Ones,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (Creatures of Glass and Light, 2007).

—-. “The Horseshoe Nail,” translated by Liisa Rantalaiho (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

Sinisalo, Johanna. Excerpt from Not Before Sundown (Troll– US title), translated by Herbert Lomas (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

—-. “The Hunter King,” translated by David Hackston (Books from Finland, August 2012).

—-. “Voiceless Voices,” translated by ? (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

—-. “Transit,” translated by David Hackston (1988 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Sirola, Jouko. “Desk,” translated by David Hackston (2003 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Supinen, Miina. “The Baby Blue Button,” translated by ? (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

Turtschaninoff, Maria. “Undine,” translated by ? (Giants at the End of the World, 2017).

Vainonen, Jyrki. “The Garden,” translated by Lola Rogers (Words Without Borders, December 2010).

—-. “The Pearl,” translated by Hildi Hawkins (Books from Finland, December 1999).

—-. “Blueberries,” translated by David Hackston (1999 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

—-. “The Explorer,” translated by David Hackston (2001 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Verronen, Maarit. “Delina,” translated by Hildi Hawkins (It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, 2013).

—-. “Black Train,” translated by David Hackston (1996 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

—-. “Basement, Man and Wife,” translated by David Hackston (1996 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Waltari, Mika. “Island of the Setting Sun,” translated by David Hackston (1926 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

Waltari, Satu. “The Monster,” translated by David Hackston (1964 / The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, 2006).

 

NOVELS

Krohn, Leena. Tainaron: Mail from Another City, translated by Hildi Hawkins (Prime Books, 2004).

Isomäki, Risto. Lithium-6, translated by Owen F. Witesman (Amazon Crossing, 2015).

—-. The Sands of Sarasvati, translated by Owen F. Witesman (Into Publishing, 2013).

Itäranta, Emmi. The City of Woven Streets, translated by ? (Harper Collins, 2012).

Jääskeläinen, Pasi Ilmari. The Rabbit Back Literature Society, translated by Lola M. Rogers (Atena Kustannus, 2006 / Thomas Dunne Books, 2015).

Sinisalo, Johanna. Birdbrain, translated by David Hackston (Peter Own Publishers, 2011).

—-. The Blood of Angels, translated by Lola Rogers (Peter Owen Publishers, 2014).

—-. The Core of the Sun, translated by Lola Rogers (2013; Grove Press, Black Cat, 2016).

Tuomainen, Antti. The Healer, translated by Lola Rogers (Henry Holt, 2013).

 

COLLECTIONS

Krohn, Leena. Leena Krohn: Collected Fiction, edited by Jeff VanderMeer (Cheeky Frawg Books, 2015).

 

ANTHOLOGIES

The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, ed. Johanna Sinisalo, translated by David Hackston (Dedalus Limited, 2006).

Giants at the End of the World, eds. Johanna Sinisalo and Toni Jerrman (Worldcon 75, 2017).

It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction, ed. Desirina Boskovich (Cheeky Frawg Books, 2013).

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