The Dedalus Book of Finnish Fantasy, edited by Johanna Sinisalo, translated by David Hackston (Dedalus Limited, 2006). “Since Finnish Literature itself is scarcely 150 years old, a worthwhile collection of Finnish literary fantasy might seem rather optimistic. But Johanna Sinisalo defines her anthology’s terms broadly, and the result is intriguing and eye-opening. Among the short
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Johanna Sinisalo is an internationally-known, award-winning Finnish author of science fiction and fantasy. She has also edited and co-edited anthologies of Finnish SFT. Possibly the most well-known Finnish speculative author in English, Sinisalo has been called the “Queen of Finnish Weird” because of how she translates her deep interest in plants, folk tales, and
Check out Scott Edelman’s podcast “Eating the Fantastic,” in which he shares a meal with writers and editors as they talk about science fiction, fantasy, horror, writing, comics, movies, fandom, and food. He’s recently spoken with speculative fiction writers from around the world, including Chen Quifan (Episode 49) and Johanna Sinisalo (Episode 48). Xia Jia
Cristian Tamas interviews Finnish Weird author Johanna Sinisalo over at Europa SF: check it out.
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