SHORT STORIES “All Living Creation” by Xiu Xinyu, translated from the Chinese by Elizabeth Hanlon (Clarkesworld Magazine, October 1). “20th Century Hotel” by Tomihiko Morimi, translated from the Japanese by Emily Balistrieri (Samovar, October 26). “Express to Beijing West Railway Station” by Congyun ‘Mu Ming’ Gu, translated from the
SHORT STORIES “Three Stories Conjured from Nothing” by ShakeSpace, translated from the Chinese by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld, July 1). “The Curtain Falls, the Show Must End” by Julie Nováková, translated from the Czech by the author (Samovar, July 27). “Hummingbird” by Eisuke Aikawa, translated from the Japanese by
SHORT STORIES “To Fly Like a Fallen Angel” by Qi Yue, translated from the Chinese by Elizabeth Hanlon (Clarkesworld Magazine, July 1) “Render Unto Caesar” by Eduardo Vaquerizo, translated from the Spanish by Rich Larson (Analog SF, July/August) “All Clear” by Hao He, translated from the Chinese
This year’s Best Translated Book Award longlist includes four works of speculative fiction in translation! Here’s the entire list: The Queue by Basma Abdel Aziz, translated from Arabic by Elisabeth Jaquette, from Melville House Memoirs of a Polar Bear by Yoko Tawada, translated from German by Susan Bernofsky, from New
So many great sf novels and stories in translation were published in 2016, involving zombies, cyborg turtles, hostile aliens, and much more. But what if you’re really into stories about serious intergalactic travel? Here, I put together a list for you. Some of these stories happen to include space travel, while others revolve around it.
translated by David Frye Restless Books June 7, 2016 160 pages Thanks to Restless Books and translator David Frye, we have yet another Yoss novel out of Cuba to brighten our year. Remember my review last year of A Planet for Rent? Well, Super Extra Grande brings all of the sardonic humor, unconventional characters, and
translated by David Frye Restless Books June 23, 2015 272 pages If you’ve been wondering what kind of science fiction is coming out of Cuba these days, wonder no longer. That’s because A Planet For Rent, the English-language debut of Cuban sci-fi writer Yoss (a.k.a. José Miguel Sánchez Gómez) is just the first in a