Lavie Tidhar and Cristina Jurado
The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 5
Volume 5 of The Apex Book of World SF
ISBN TPB 978-1937009718
The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 5, edited by Cristina Jurado, features award-winning science fiction and fantasy short stories from South America, southeast Asia, First Nations, and Africa.
Cyberpunk from Spain, Singapore, and Japan; mythology from Venezuela, Korea, and First Nations; stories of the dead from Zimbabwe and Egypt, and space wonders from India, Germany, and Bolivia. And much more. The fifth volume of the ground-breaking World SF anthology series reveals once more the uniquely international dimension of speculative fiction.
Contains the following stories from around the world:
Vina Jie-Min Prasad (Singapore) — "A Series of Steaks"
Daína Chaviano (Cuba, translated by Matthew D. Goodwin) — "Accursed Lineage"
Darcie Little Badger (USA/Lipan Apache) — "Nkásht íí"
T.L. Huchu (Zimbabwe) — "Ghostalker"
Taiyo Fujii (Japan, translated by Jim Hubbert) — "Violation of the TrueNet Security Act"
Vandana Singh (India) — "Ambiguity Machines: An Examination"
Basma Abdel Aziz (Egypt, translated by Elisabeth Jaquette) — "Scenes from the Life of an Autocrat"
Liliana Colanzi (Bolivia, translated by Jessica Sequeira) — "Our Dead World"
Bo-young Kim (South Korea, translated by Jihyun Park & Gord Sellar) — "An Evolutionary Myth"
Israel Alonso (Spain, translated by Steve Redwood) — "You Will See the Moon Rise"
Sara Saab (Lebanon) — "The Barrette Girls"
Chi Hui (China, translated by John Chu) — "The Calculations of Artificials"
Ana Hurtado (Venezuela) — "El Cóndor del Machángara"
Karla Schmidt (Germany, translated by Lara M. Harmon) — "Alone, on the Wind"
Eliza Victoria (Philippines) — "The Seventh"
Tochi Onyebuchi (Nigeria/USA) — "Screamers"
R.S.A. Garcia (Trinidad and Tobago) — "The Bois"
Giovanni De Feo (Italy) — "Ugo"
Cover art by Sarah Anne Langton