February 28th sees the release of Finská čítanka, an anthology of stories by Finnish authors, translated into Czech. The anthology has been edited by Jitka Hanušová, and it includes work from Katja Kettu, Johanna Sinisalo, Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen, Rosa Liksom, Tuomas Kyrö and Emmi Itäranta. Emmi’s contribution is Roads of Silver, Paths of Gold, a short story originally written for the Arthur C. Clarke Centenary anthology. You can buy the anthology here.
The Midden - Frontiers in Retreat Publication will be launched at the Helsinki International Arts Programme Summer Party in August. The book is edited by Tracey Warr and Jenni Nurmenniemi, and it includes essays by Jussi Parikka, Emmi Itäranta, Antti Salminen, Taru Elfving, Jenni Nurmenniemi and Tracey Warr. You can follow up the news about the book at the HIAP Facebook page.
Each year the Adomo Druktenio Award is given to the most significant and artistic Lithuanian translation for teens. This year the recipient is Viltarė Urbaitė, for her translation of Memory of Water. Congratulations!
You can now pre-order the fantastic anthology 2001: An Odyssey In Words. There is a paperback, a limited edition hardback signed by the editors, and a kindle edition, all of which will of course include Emmi’s contribution: Roads of Silver, Paths of Gold.
The latest issue of SF-Magazine features Emmi’s short story, “Bearer of the Bone Harp”, translated into Japanese by Mayumi Furuichi. You can order it from Hayakawa Online.