SHORT STORIES “National Center for the Preservation of Human Dignity” by Youha Nam, translated from the Korean by Elisa Sinn and Justin Howe, Clarkesworld Magazine, October 1. “Song Xiuyun” by A Que, translated from the Chinese by Emily Jin, Clarkesworld Magazine, October 1. “How Alike Are We” by Bo-young Kim, translated from the Korean by
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Each month, 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.
FICTION “Farewell, Doraemon,” by A Que, translated from the Chinese by Emily Jin and Ken Liu (Clarkesworld Magazine, May 1) “Night-Journey” of the Dragon Horse” by Xia Jia, translated from the Chinese by Ken Liu (Lightspeed, May 10) reprint “Impress Me, Then We’ll Talk About the Money” by
“The Power is Out” by A Que, translated from the Chinese by Elizabeth Hanlon (Clarkesworld Magazine) “Paralysis” by Claude Ecken, translated from the French by Edward Gauvin (Motherboard) Excerpt from A Light in the Night by Svyatoslav Loginov, translated from the Russian by Max Hrabrov (Trafika Europe)
“An Account of the Sky Whales” by A Que, translated by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld Magazine, June 1) Me by Tomoyuki Hoshino, translated by Charles De Wolf (Akashic Books, June 6) “In a brilliant probing of identity, and employing a highly original style that subverts standard narrative forms, Tomoyuki Hoshino elevates what
The Doomed City by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, translated by Andrew Bromfield (Chicago Review Press, July 1) “The Doomed City is set in an experimental city whose sun gets switched on in the morning and switched off at night, bordered by an abyss on one side and an impossibly high wall on the other. Its