Or rather, The Future is Japanese received a starred review from Publishers Weekly! Sweet! The review reads, in part:
Eleven original stories and two reprints by notable authors both Japanese (Hideyuki Kikuchi, Toh EnJoe) and not (Catherynne M. Valente, Bruce Sterling) posit a diverse array of futures that may await Japan and the world. The bitter pessimism of the late Project Itoh’s “The Indifference Engine” is balanced by the essential optimism of Issui Ogawa’s “The Golden Bread”; the heroic sacrifice in Ken Liu’s “Mono no Aware” contrasts with the examination of malevolent genius in TOBI Hirotaka’s “Autogenic Dreaming.”
Read the whole thing here.
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