SHORT STORIES “Forger Mr. Z” by Chen Qiufan, translated from the Chinese by Andy Dudak (Asimov’s, November/December issue). “Niuniu” by Baoshu, translated from the Chinese by Andy Dudak (Clarkesworld, November 1). “The Recluse” by George Cornilă, translated from the Romanian by ? (Aphelion, November).
SHORT STORIES “Cousin Entropy” by Michèle Laframboise, translated from the French by N. R. M. Roshak (Future Science Fiction Digest, June 15). “The Fastener” by Natsumi Tanaka, translated from the Japanese by Toshiya Kamei (Daily Science Fiction, June). “Zoo Syndrome” by Sadaa al-Daas, translated from the
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
FICTION “Farewell, Adam” by Xiu Xinyu, translated from the Chinese by Blake Stone-Banks (Clarkesworld Magazine) “Deep Sea Fish” by Chi Hui, translated by Brian Bies (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction) Typescript of the Second Origin by Manuel de Pedrolo, translated from the Catalan by Sara Martín
Isra Isle by Nava Semel, translated by Jessica Cohen (Mandel Vilar Press, November 1) “This novel is inspired by a true historical event. Before Theodore Herzl there was Mordecai Manuel Noah, an American journalist, diplomat, playwright, and visionary. In September 1825 he bought Grand Island, downriver from Niagara Falls, from the local Native Americans as
So much wonderful Spanish SF in Translation is out this month: we have the latest issue of Strange Horizons, which includes stories, poems, conversations, and reviews from Elia Barcelo, Sofia Rhei, Arrate Hidalgo, and many more, with much of the translation work done by the very talented Lawrence Schimel Wicked Weeds, by Pedro Cabiya, translated
You may have read the recent Strange Horizons editorial in which editor Niall Harrison announces, as part of the magazine’s fund drive, the publication of Samovar, an imprint that will focus on sf in translation. Here’s the announcement: …we’re delighted to announce a partnership with the proposed Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy