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THE FUTURE IS JAPANESE cleans up on the Locus Recommended Reading List!

The latest issue of Locus Magazine is out and it includes their annual recommended reading list. And we’re all over it!

The Future Is Japanese is listed in the category of Original Anthologies, and five of our stories also appear on the list:

Novelette (basically stories between 7500 and 15,000 words or thereabouts):
‘‘Goddess of Mercy’’, Bruce Sterling (The Future Is Japanese)
‘‘The Sea of Trees’’, Rachel Swirsky (The Future Is Japanese)

Short Story (under 7500 words):
‘‘Mono No Aware’’, Ken Liu (The Future Is Japanese)
‘‘Chitai Heiki Koronbin’’, David Moles (The Future Is Japanese)
‘‘One Breath, One Stroke’’, Catherynne M. Valente (The Future Is Japanese)

In the current issue of Locus itself, there is some great discussion of the book by various critics. In addition to praising the stories on the list, Karen Burnham had this to say: I particularly enjoyed the stories by Ken Liu and Rachel Swirsky (both of whom continue to produce fantastic stories in a wide variety of venues), but the one that surprised me the most was ‘‘Autogenic Dreaming: Interview with the Columns of Clouds’’ by TOBI Hirotaka. I had no idea where that story was going, and in the end it was very thoughtful. Several other reviewers also mentioned our book in their recaps!

The recommended reading list will soon become a survey, and if you liked our book and the stories therein we hope you’ll vote for us! We’ll update you when it’s time, and do follow us on Twitter and Facebook if you like!

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The Future Is Japanese, We Like To Brag

Hello all, and Happy New Year! Sorry for the lack of blogging, but we’ve been busy with some exciting new projects. But now, we’d like to take a moment to brag about one of our exciting old projects: our anthology The Future Is Japanese.


Try to act surprised when the future actually turns out to be Japanese.

In addition to the book getting great reviews on its own, we’re thrilled that three of its stories were selected for reprinting in three different Years Best anthologies.

Jonathan Strahan’s The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 7 will reprint “Mono No Aware” by Ken Liu.

Rich Horton’s The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2013 Edition will reprint “One Breath, One Stroke” by Catherynne M. Valente.

And Gardner Dozois’s Year’s Best Science Fiction, Thirtieth Annual Collection will be reprinting “Chitai Heiki Koronbin” by David Moles.

Not too shabby! Heck, if you buy our book you can read all three stories, plus other great ones.

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And now, the table of contents for THE FUTURE IS JAPANESE!

It’s been a long while, but we’ve finally settled on a table of contents for our forthcoming anthology The Future is Japanese.

We have cyberpunk legends, bestselling authors, Hugo and Nebula and Seiun Award nominees and winners, amazing fantasists and some great new authors too. With no further ado, check it out:

“Mono No Aware” by Ken Liu

“The Sound of Breaking Up” by Felicity Savage

“Chitai Heiki Koronbīn” by David Moles

“The Indifference Engine” by Project Itoh

“The Sea of Trees” by Rachel Swirsky

“Endoastronomy” by Toh EnJoe

“In Plain Sight” by Pat Cadigan

“Golden Bread” by Issui Ogawa

“One Breath, One Stroke” by Catherynne M. Valente

“Whale Meat” by Ekaterina Sedia

“Mountain People, Ocean People” by  Hideyuki Kikuchi

“Goddess of Mercy” by Bruce Sterling

“Autogenic Dreaming: Interview with the Columns of Clouds” by TOBI Hirotaka

Check back here next week for a full book page and more fun news!

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