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Power Nap by Lina Theodorou


Viken Berberian

A review of Viken Berberian's novel The Cyclist at Mostly Fiction.

Reviews of The Cyclist and Das Kapital at Fantastic Fiction


Fflur Dafydd

Three reviews of Y Llyfrgell are available here on her official website, from the National Library of Wales, the newspaper The Western Mail, and the Meirion & District National Eisteddfod, 2009.


Tatjana Jambrisak

An article on the Sfera website, mentioning Tatjana Jambrisak.

A list of SF authors, awards, societies and fanzines in Croatia.


Leena Krohn

A conversation with Leena Krohn (from 2005) at 'The SF Site' website. Click here for a review of her novel Tainaron: Mail from Another City, from the same site.

A page on Leena Krohn from the Finnish Literature Exchange website.

A blog with links to stories, essays, sections of novels and articles by Leena Krohn.

An essay entitled: 'Timely subjects: Leena Krohn between universal and particular', by Andrew Nestingen of the University of Washington, Seattle. 


Jaroslavas Melnikas

An article about Melnikas' prose, 'Relating Daily Routine to Eternity' by Laimantas Jonusys (you may have to refresh your browser once the link has opened).

A review of his book Pasaulio pabaiga (The End of the World).

A short story on the Vilnius Review website (A Guest at God's House).

A review of his novel Tolima erdvė on the Vilnius Review website.

An article about new prose from Lithuania with a section on Melnikas, and his short story collection The End of the World.

More

An interview with Franz Rottensteiner, editor, historian and anthologist of German and Austrian science fiction, from the blog 'A Journey Around My Skull'.

A short piece on multilingualism from an SF writer and enthusiast, on the SF site Tor.com

Website of Kurodahan Books, a Japanese publisher of translated fiction, particularly SF.

A comprehensive Wikipedia article on science fiction in China.

Website of the 2009 World Science Fiction Convention, on Montreal.

Website of the 2007 World Science Fiction Convention, in Yokohama.

Website of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Translation Awards, with links to articles on Japanese, Quebecois and German writing.

A piece on the Wichita Speculative Fiction Examiner website, covering the SFFT Awards, and the Night Watch series of Russian speculative fiction novels.

A preview of the English translation of Patrick Ourednik's novel Case Closed, from Google Books.

Reviews of Case Closed from the Complete Review website.







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