An interview with Cheryl Morgan on the Science Fiction & Fantasy Translation Awards

So, we know the inspiration for these awards has been covered elsewhere, for example on New Zealand author Helen Lowe's blog, but I am curious how the board and the first year's jurors came together.  Also, it sounds from the FAQ on the website like you are going to have different jurors every year? It... Continue Reading →



First published in Russkaya Fantastika, 18.01.2009. Translation by René Walling, editing by Val Grimm. Esli Magazine (, "If") is probably the oldest Russian sf magazine. Founded in 1991, but really distributed since 1993, it has a print run of 14,000 pocket sized issues a year. If you had to compare it to French magazines, Esli... Continue Reading →

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