New Liu Cixin Story Published

Ken Liu writes to let us know of the publication of issue 2 of Pathlight Magazine, "a new English-language literary magazine produced by Paper Republic and People's Literature Magazine (《人民文学》杂志社). It is currently in trial publication period—the first issue came out on November 20, and the second issue has been published in advance of the 2012 London Book... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “A Hundred Ghosts Parade Tonight” by Xia Jia

Clarkesworld Magazine this months features A Hundred Ghosts Parade Tonight by Xia Jia, translated from the Chinese by Ken Liu: Awakening of Insects, the Third Solar Term: Ghost Street is long but narrow, like an indigo ribbon. You can cross it in eleven steps, but to walk it from end to end takes a full... Continue Reading →

Mexican authors in latest issue of Flurb Magazine

The 11th issue of Rudy Rucker's Flurb, guest-edited by Eileen Gunn, features no less than 3 Mexican writers, Alberto Chimal, Bernardo Fernández (also known as BEF), and Pepe Rojo. The stories are published in both the original Spanish and in the English translation. Hotels, by Alberto Chimal (translated by Carmen Valderrama): n Reykjavik, there is a study... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “The Butcher Boy” by Jacques Barbéri

New web magazine AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review, has just posted a new story by French author Jacques Barbéri, translated by Michael Shreve - The Butcher Boy: The alarm sounded at six. Charles Argus’s arm thrashed about under the covers, popped out, whipped the air and swooped down on the machine. The ringing stopped, the nightmares... Continue Reading →

Black Coat Press Announces 2011/2012 Programme

From Black Coat Press: An Earthman falls in love with a Venusian woman via interplanetary radio… Super-smart mastodons rule mankind… Travel to other worlds in 19th century rockets… Explore the Microverse and the Hollow Earth… Behold lei-powered planes and extra-dimensional entities… Discover a world where electricity has suddenly vanished… See how men in 1878 pictured... Continue Reading →

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