Monday, November 24, 2014

In Other Words

Received in the post: copies of a Spanish anthology, Terra Nova 3, which includes a translation of my story 'The Choice'. Which reminds me that Future Fiction has just published a little ebook containing Italian translations of two short stories of mine, 'Gene Wars' and 'Rocket Boy'.

The ebook is part of a series run by Italian SF writer Francesco Verso to promote science fiction in Italy, where it's very much a niche-clinging genre. No one involved in the series gets paid; any profits are ploughed back into the next book. There's also an English version.

And of course, there are a few other collections of my short stories on Kindle, including Little Machines, Stories from The Quiet War, and Life After Wartime.


Blogger PeteY said...

It's actually very hard to find SF in Italy. Every time I look at the SF section in a bookshop, there's virtually nothing available. It's almost as if they think SF began and ended with Asimov.

November 24, 2014 5:29 pm  

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