“Future Fiction: New Dimensions in International Science Fiction” Anthology
edited by Bill Campbell and Francesco Verso, Rosarium Publishing, April 17, 2018, 310 pages
“If you’ve been looking for a superb collection of speculative fiction from around the world;
fiction that interrogates humanity’s technological, moral, and, evolutionary trajectory;
fiction that doesn’t hesitate to probe our darkest fears and secret desires– if you’ve been looking for something like that, then I’m happy to say that you’re in luck.
It’s coming out in April from Rosarium Publishing and it’s called “Future Fiction: New Dimensions in International Fiction”.
Edited by Rosarium’s Bill Campbell and Future Fiction‘s Francesco Verso, this collection brings together speculative fiction that was originally published by Verso’s Italian press.
Here’s the table of contents”:
•James Patrick Kelly – Bernardo’s House (USA)
•Nina Munteanu – The Way of Water (Canada)
•Carlos Hernandez – The International Studbook of the Giant Panda (USA-Cuba)
•Swapna Kishore – What Lies Dormant (India)
•Michalis Manolios – The Quantum Mommy (Greece) – translated by Manolis Vamvounis
•Clelia Farris – Creative Surgery (Italy) – translated by Jennifer Delare
•Tendai Huchu – Hostbods (Zimbabwe)
•Liz Williams – Loose Strife (UK)
•Ekaterina Sedia – Citizen Komarova Finds Love (Russia)
•Pepe Rojo – Grey Noise (Mexico) – translated by Andrea Bell
•Xia Jia – Tongtong’s Summer (China) – translated by Ken Liu
•Efe Tokunbo – Proposition 23 (Nigeria)