various translators Apex Publications September 27, 2018 304 pages grab a copy (read my review of The Apex Book of World SF 4) It’s a very good day when we get another volume in the Apex Book of World SF series, begun by Lavie Tidhar (series editor) and Apex nearly a decade ago. All five
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SHORT STORIES “The Facecrafter” by Anna Wu, translated from the Chinese by Emily Jin (Clarkesworld, October 1) “Health for All” by Yoss, translated from the Spanish by George Henson (World Literature Today, October 25) “Our Lady of the Scales“ by Mélanie Fazi, translated by Edward Gauvin (World Literature Today,
SHORT STORIES “The Foodie Federation’s Dinosaur Farm,” by Luo Longxiang, translated from the Chinese by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld, September 1) “Children of the Endless Sea” by Suvi Kauppila, translated from the Finnish by the author (Samovar Magazine, September 25). “The Wind Cave” by Haruki Murakami, translated from the Japanese by Philip
SHORT STORIES “The Loneliest Ward” by Hao Jingfang, translated from the Chinese by Ken Liu (Clarkesworld Magazine, August 1) “The Mauve Planet” by Safia Ketou, translated from the French by Nadia Ghanem (Arablit.org, August 13) Excerpt from The Man at One Kelvin Degrees by Piero Schiavo Campo, translated from the
On the Apex Magazine site, Francesco Verso talks about the origins and major themes of his novel Nexhuman, translated by Sally McCorry and coming out next month from Apex Publications. Read “Nexhuman: From Origin to Translation” here.
Apex Publications recently announced a new Apex Book of World SF, expected out next year. This fifth volume will be edited by Cristina Jurado, editor of SuperSonic and Apex Magazine’s international fiction editor. Can’t wait!!!
edited by Mahvesh Murad Apex Publications August 20, 2015 360 pages “The World SF anthologies have become a library, a map charting the contemporary scene of truly international speculative fiction.” So says series editor Lavie Tidhar in his intro to this latest collection of speculative fiction from around the world. Indeed, these stories demonstrate the