Chad Post of Open Letter Books and the Three Percent website is launching a new project focusing on translators as curators. During the month of June, I will be partnering with Chad to focus on Italian science fiction in translation. Through excerpts, profiles, readings, shorter podcasts, movie clips, and more, we will introduce readers to
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SHORT STORIES “Terra Rasa” by Anastasia Bookreyeva, translated from the Russian by Ray Nayler (Clarkesworld, February 1). “There Was No Adderall in the Soviet Union,” by Olga Breininger, translated from the Russian by Hilah Kohen (Words Without Borders, February). “Imilla” by Vania T. Curtidor, translated
I wrote a piece about Spanish-language speculative fiction by women in translation for the Three Percent website and in celebration of #WITMonth. Check it out here.
SHORT STORIES “Sentinel” by Chang-Gyu Kim, translated from the Korean by Charles La Shure, Clarkesworld Magazine, November 1. “Operation Spring Dawn” by Mo Xiong, translated from the Chinese by Rebecca Kuang, Clarkesworld Magazine, November 1. “The Checkers Player” by Ada Rémy and Yves Rémy, translated from the French by Edward Gauvin, Words Without Borders,
Both the National Translation Award longlist and the Shirley Jackson Award include SFT this year: NTA: The Invented Part by Rodrigo Fresan, translated from the Spanish by Will Vanderhyden, from Open Letter Shirley Jackson Award: (tie; winner for novella) Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin, translated by Megan McDowell, from Riverhead
The Best Translated Book Award longlists came out today, and there are FOUR SFT titles on the fiction list!! Radiant Terminus by Antoine Volodine, translated from the French by Jeffery Zuckerman (France, Open Letter) Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin, translated from the Spanish by Megan McDowell (Argentina, Riverhead)
translated from the Spanish by Will Vanderhyden Open Letter May 16, 2017 552 pages grab a copy A brilliant, sprawling exploration of what it means to be a writer and how the literary mind both apprehends and attempts to reshape reality, The Invented Part is one of those books that isn’t really a book but