I wrote a piece about Spanish-language speculative fiction by women in translation for the Three Percent website and in celebration of #WITMonth. Check it out here.
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The new Penguin Science Fiction Series (which highlights classics of the genre) includes several works of SF in Translation: check it out here. Trafalgar by Angélica Gorodischer, translated from the Spanish (Argentina) by Amalia Gladhart (6/8/2020) We by Yevgeny Zamyatin, translated from the Russian by Clarence Brown (6/8/2020)
SHORT STORIES “The Plague” by Yan Leisheng, translated by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld, August 1). NOVELS Lame Fate/Ugly Swans by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, translated from the Russian by Maya Vinokour (Chicago Review Press, August 4). Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica, translated from the
SHORT STORIES “Sentinel” by Chang-Gyu Kim, translated from the Korean by Charles La Shure, Clarkesworld Magazine, November 1. “Operation Spring Dawn” by Mo Xiong, translated from the Chinese by Rebecca Kuang, Clarkesworld Magazine, November 1. “The Checkers Player” by Ada Rémy and Yves Rémy, translated from the French by Edward Gauvin, Words Without Borders,
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