Drones and Clones: Mapping Palestinian Sci Fi with Lindsey Moore

"I’m very interested in the manipulation of temporality -- or rather, as I’ve suggested, time-space configuration -- that we see in Palestinian SF across different media."

Sunday Submissions: Speculative Fiction in Translation

"We value expanding our perceptions, whether through reading narratives or poems from under-represented groups, or through you sharing insight. We are open to unusual yet readable styles, inventive structures and narratives, and works that address political issues in complex and nuanced ways, resisting oversimplification."

Safia Ketou: The First Algerian Sci-fi Novelist of Post-independence Algeria

For Women in Translation Month, our Algeria editor writes about one of her favorite discoveries, whose La Planète Mauve et Autres Nouvelles should certainly be brought into English By Nadia Ghanem In six years of rummaging through Algerian literature, Safia Ketou’s sci-fi story "The Mauve Planet" remains my favorite find. Born Zohra Rabhi in 1944, Safia Ketou wrote … Continue reading Safia Ketou: The First Algerian Sci-fi Novelist of Post-independence Algeria