You can grab some great collections at Eurocons and Worldcons! Here are some that have been distributed (and then published) over the last few years. If you know of others, please let me know in the comments or at email@example.com Kontakt: An Anthology of Croatian SF, edited by Darko Macan and Tatjana Jambrišak
Tag Archives: Finnish
FICTION “The Wings of Earth” by Jiang Bo, translated from the Chinese by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld Magazine, April 1) “Fifth: You Shall Not Waste” by Piero Schiavo Campo, translated from Italian by Sarah Jane Webb (Akashic Books, April) “Taklamakan Misdelivery” by Bae Myung-hoon, translated from the Korean by
The world of Finnish speculative fiction is a wonderfully varied one, with authors like Johanna Sinisalo, Leena Krohn, Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen, and many others pushing the boundaries of the genre and exploring everything from hard sci-fi to the “Finnish Weird.” Philosophical, surreal, haunting: Finnish speculative fiction isn’t afraid to rip away the veil of reality
In 2011, Jeff and Ann VanderMeer did a series of interviews with Finnish authors, editors, and bloggers about their work in relation to speculative fiction: Toni Jerrman, editor of the Finnish magazine, Tähtivaeltaja Finnish editor and critic, Jukka Halme (Part I and Part II) writer Johanna Sinisalo writer Viivi Hyvonen writer
Check out the Finnish-English Literary Translation Cooperative’s speculative fiction section, which includes summaries and review excerpts of several recent works of great SF in translation:
Cristian Tamas interviews Finnish Weird author Johanna Sinisalo over at Europa SF: check it out.
Samovar Magazine‘s inaugural issue is out now, featuring speculative fiction (translated from Finnish, Hebrew, and Arabic), poetry (translated from Chinese), and reviews! Check it out!!
Finnish Weird: Call of the Weird (#4, 2017), edited by Anne Leinonen, is available for free, and includes author spotlights and stories by Magdalena Hai, J.S. Meresmaa, and Viivi Hyvönen: Download it here!
Ok, so I’m three years late to this party, but I recently devoured the six episodes of “Small Blue Planet,” hosted by Cheryl Morgan and produced by Karen Burnham via the Locus Roundtable blog. Each episode focuses on a different country and features two guests who discuss the speculative fiction and translation scenes in those
This is a guest post by Marie Cloutier. Check out her website, The Boston Bibliophile, and follow her on twitter @MarieKCloutier. translated by Lola Rogers Grove Press, Black Cat January 5, 2016 304 pages James Tiptree Jr. Award-winner Johanna Sinisalo takes us on a trip through a reimagined modern day Finland in The Core