“Möbius Continuum” by Gu Shi, translated from the Chinese by S. Qiouyi Lu (Clarkesworld Magazine, September 1) I Am Behind You by John Ajvide Lindqvist, translated from the Swedish by Marlaine Delargy (riverrun, September 7) “A supernatural superthriller from the author of Let the Right One In. Molly wakes her mother
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translated by Tyran Grillo Haikasoru June 20, 2017 272 pages grab a copy “Stratagem” fits this fourth installment in the Legend of the Galactic Heroes series perfectly. After all, it’s what this particular chapter in the everlasting conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Free Planets Alliance is all about. How can the GE trick
translated by Daniel Huddleston Haikasoru November 15, 2016 273 pages grab a copy In this third installment of his Legend of the Galactic Heroes series, Tanaka delivers the space battles, political maneuvering, and philosophical musings on war and power that we’ve come to expect. And yet, Endurance, like the volumes before it, is both a
“An Account of the Sky Whales” by A Que, translated by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld Magazine, June 1) Me by Tomoyuki Hoshino, translated by Charles De Wolf (Akashic Books, June 6) “In a brilliant probing of identity, and employing a highly original style that subverts standard narrative forms, Tomoyuki Hoshino elevates what
Here’s Paul Semel’s interview with Japanese sf author Taiyo Fujii about his latest novel in English- Orbital Cloud- and all things sf.
The latest issue of Strange Horizons features two SFT reviews: my review of Francesco Verso’s Nexhuman and Kari Sperring’s review of Red Girls. Check ’em out!
The Lady of the Lake (Witcher Series #5) by Andrzej Sapkowski, translated by David French (Orbit, March 14) “After walking through the portal in the Tower of Swallows while narrowly escaping death, Ciri finds herself in a completely different world… an Elven world. She is trapped with no way out. Time does not seem to
translated by Daniel Huddleston Haikasoru July 19, 2016 288 pages It had been a while since I’d read the first novel of the Legend of the Galactic Heroes series, but thanks to Tanaka’s no-frills, warp-speed style and Huddleston’s smooth translation, I had no trouble jumping right back in. And like Volume 1, Volume 2:
Monster hunters, galactic empires, Nordic princesses, and more: here are six SFF series in translation that you need to check out!
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: 30 Years Ahead of Its Time By Charles Tan While Western Science Fiction and Fantasy is currently experiencing mainstream appeal thanks to successful novel-to-TV adaptations like Game of Thrones, The Expanse, and The Magicians, the Japanese media industry has this formula pegged down as far back as the 1980s. Media