Nick Wood – December 2010

The Apex Book of World SF. vol II. is due for publication in 2011 and has revealed a very exciting line-up of World based authors, with a good African representation this time round:

  • Rochita Loenen-Ruiz (Philippines)-Alternate Girl's Expatriate Life

  • Ivor W. Hartmann (Zimbabwe)-Mr. Goop

  • Daliso Chaponda (Malawi)-Trees of Bone

  • Daniel Salvo (Peru)-The First Peruvian in Space

  • Gustavo Bondoni (Argentina)-Eyes in the Vastness of Forever

  • Chen Qiufan (China)-The Tomb

  • Joyce Chng (Singapore)-The Sound of Breaking Glass

  • Csilla Kleinheincz (Hungary)-A Single Year

  • Andrew Drilon (Philippines)-The Secret Origin of Spin-man

  • Anabel Enriquez Piñeiro (Cuba)-Borrowed Time (trans. Daniel W. Koon)

  • Lauren Beukes (South Africa)-Branded

  • Raúl Flores Iriarte (Cuba)-December 8

  • Will Elliott (Australia)-Hungry Man

  • Shweta Narayan (India)-Nira and I

  • Fábio Fernandes (Brazil)-Nothing Happened in 1999

  • Tade Thompson (Nigeria)-Shadow

  • Hannu Rajaniemi (Finland)-Shibuya no Love

  • Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Mexico)-Maquech

  • Sergey Gerasimov (Ukraine)-The Glory of the World

  • Tim Jones (New Zealand)-The New Neighbours

  • Nnedi Okorafor (Nigeria/US)-From the Lost Diary of TreeFrog7

  • Gail Har'even (Israel)-The Slows

  • Ekaterina Sedia (Russia/US)-Zombie Lenin

  • Samit Basu (India)-Electric Sonalika

  • Andrzej Sapkowski (Poland)-The Malady (trans. Wiesiek Powaga)

  • Jacques Barcia (Brazil)-A Life Made Possible Behind The Barricades

Nick Wood - December 2010