The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 5

The landmark anthology series of international speculative fiction returns with volume 5 of The Apex Book of World SF. Cris Jurado joins series editor Lavie Tidhar to highlight the best speculative fiction from around the world.

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Expected publication date of September 18th, 2018.

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.

Cover art and design by Sarah Anne Langton.

"Important to the future of not only international authors, but the entire SF community."
Strange Horizons

"The Apex Book of World SF series is an excellent primer for any sci-fi reader trying to understand the field’s global reach."
The Guardian

Featuring:
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 Matthew D. Goodwin) — "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"
 

TPB ISBN-13: 1937009718

Lavie Tidhar is the author of the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize winning A Man Lies Dreaming, the World Fantasy Award winning Osama and of the critically-acclaimed The Violent Century. His other works include the Bookman Histories trilogy, several novellas, two collections and a forthcoming comics mini-series, Adler. He currently lives in London.
Cristina Jurado is a bilingual author and editor who writes in Spanish and English. She studied Advertising at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain) and holds a Master’s degree in Rhetoric from Northwestern University (USA).