Tag Archives: Clarkesworld Magazine

Out This Month: October 2016

The Graveyard Apartment by Mariko Koike, translated by Deborah Boliver Boehm (Thomas Dunne Books, October 11) “One of the most popular writers working in Japan today, Mariko Koike is a recognized master of detective fiction and horror writing. Known in particular for her hybrid works that blend these styles with elements of romance, The Graveyard

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Out This Month: July 2016

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

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OUT THIS MONTH: June 2016

Super Extra Grande by Yoss, translated by David Frye (Restless Books, 160 pages, June 7) “With the playfulness and ingenuity of Douglas Adams, the Cuban science-fiction master Yoss delivers a space opera of intergalactic proportions with Super Extra Grande, the winner of the twentieth annual UPC Science Fiction Award in 2011. In a distant future

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REVIEW: A Look at Short Speculative Fiction in Translation from Clarkesworld Magazine

In the November 2014 issue (98) of Clarkesworld Magazine, editor Neil Clarke argued for why “Translation is Important,” pointing out that science fiction is is perpetually concerned with questions of communication and translation. It would be wonderful if we could read any story in any language by just pressing a button, but even a machine-driven

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