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Speculative Japan

The anthology  Speculative Japan: Outstanding Tales of Japanese Science Fiction and Fantasy  premiered at Nippon 2007.  The editors and authors of these newly translated Japanese works have graciously consented to make some of the stories available to us online.


© 1988, 2007 Katoh Naoyuki

Novelette -

"Where do the Birds Fly Now?" by Yamano K˘ichi
Translated by Dana Lewis

Short Stories -

"A Time for Revolution" by Hirai Kazumasa
Translated by David Aylward

"Hikari" by K˘no Tensei
Translated by Dana Lewis

"A Flowerĺs Life is Short" by Fukushima Masami
Translated by Yano Tetsu and Judith Merril

 

Here is publisher Kurodahan Press' web site for the Anthology -
SPECULATIVE JAPAN: Outstanding Tales of Japanes Science Fiction & Fantasy