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FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION: TRANSLATED WORKS (by author)
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Author  Story Title  Issue Date  Type  Comments
Apollinaire, Guillaume  Remote Projection  1968 JUL  ss  (1880-1918) trans. from the French by ?; 1st pub. in his coll. The Heresiarch and Co.(1910); ps. for Guillaumme A.W.A. Apollinaire de Kostrowitsky, a French author
Aymé, Marcel  Walker-Through-Walls, The  1959 AUG  ss  (1902-1967) 1st pub. in Across Paris and Other Stories, in 1947; trans. from the French by Norman Denny
   State of Grace, The  1959 DEC  ss  1st pub. in Across Paris and Other Stories, in 1947; trans. from the French by Norman Denny
   Ubiquitous Wife, The  1961 FEB  nv  (1902-1967) 1st pub. in Story Magazine, 1960 SPR; trans. from the French by Whit Burnett(1899-1973); Aymé a French journalist; has fantasy novel, pub. in English, The Walker Through Walls(1962)
   Dermuche  1976 FEB  ss  trans. from the French by R.A. Boldt; 1st pub. in colls. Le Vin de Paris(1947) & Across Paris and Other Stories(1957 U.K.; vt The Walker Through Walls, 1962 U.S.)
Brandis, E. & V. Dmitrevskiy  Future, Its Promoters and False Prophets, The  1965 OCT  ar  ( ? - 1985; ? - ? ) Evgeny Brandis & Vladimir Dmitrevskiy(or Dmitrevsky); 1st pub. in Kommunist; trans. from the Russian by Theodore Guerchon
Bulgakov, Mikhail  Fatal Eggs, The  1964 DEC  na  (1891-1940) trans. from the Russian by Mirra Ginsburg, this story could not be pub. in Russia, because it failed to be approved
Cheinisse, Claude F.  Juliette  1961 AUG  ss  (1931-1982) 1st pub. in 1959; trans. from the French by Damon Knight; she is a French author
Chekhov, Anton  Flying Islands, The  1959 APR  spf  (1860-1904) Anton Pavlovich Chekhov; 1st pub. in Russian magazine Budilnik, in 1883; trans. from the Russian by Frances H. Jones
Damonti, Henri  Notary and the Conspiracy, The  1962 DEC  ss  trans. from the French by Damon Knight; Henri Damonti is a ps. for a criminal & divorce lawyer who lives in Strasbourg, France; his ps. comes from an old Arsène Lupin novel; see www.coolfrenchcomics.com/arsenelupin.htm
de Moncrif, Francois Augustin Paradis  Cat, the Brahmin, and the Penitent, The  1954 DEC  vi  (1687-1770) last name variously spelled Moncreiff; trans. from the French by R. Bretnor
Franke, Herbert W.  Man Who Feared Robots, The  1963 SEP  vi  (1927- ) 1st pub. in his coll. The Green Comet(1960); trans. from the German by Charlotte Franke-Winheller & Paul Ritchie
   Building, The  1998 JUN  vi  trans. by Vernon Chamberlin, adapted by James Gunn; 1st pub. in Der Gruene Komet(1960); Franke is one of Germany's leading sf writers
Gastaldi, Ernesto  End of Eternity, The  1965 MAR  ss  (1934- ) trans. from the Italian, & with an introduction to Italian sf, by Harry Harrison
Goligorsky, Eduardo  When the Birds Die  1967 NOV  ss  (1931- ) trans. from the Spanish by Vernor Vinge; author from Argentina
Henneberg, Charles  Blind Pilot, The  1960 JAN  ss  (1899-1959; 1917-1977) 1st pub. in Fiction(F&SF's French edition), in 1959; trans. by Damon Knight; collab. ps. for Charles & Nathalie Henneberg
   Non-Humans, The  1960 JUN  ss  1st pub. in F&SF's French edition, in 1958; trans. by Damon Knight
   Moon Fishers  1962 APR  nv  trans. from the French by Damon Knight
Hoshi, Shinichi  He—y, Come On Ou—t!  1978 NOV  ss  (1926-1997) trans. from the Japanese by Stanleigh Jones; 1st pub. in The Spiteful Planet and Other Stories(1978); also in F&SF as Hoshi Shin'ichi
Hoshi, Shin'ichi  Bokko-chan  1963 JUN  vi  (1926-1997) name also spelled Hoshi Shinichi, & in F&SF as such; this was the 1st Japanese story to appear in any English lang. mag; trans. by Noriyoshi Saito; see his obit in LOC 1998 FEB(#445)
Kadleckova, Vilma  Longing for Blood  1997 DEC  nv  trans. by Martin Klima(her husband) & Bruce Sterling; V.K. is a Czechoslovakian writer, has 4 Czech books & has won the Czech Karel Capek Award; M.K. is a former physicist
Klein, Gérard  Monster in the Park, The  1961 SEP  ss  (1937- ) 1st pub. in the French edition of F&SF; trans. by Virginia Kidd; has books pub. in English, The Day Before Tomorrow(1972), The Overlords of War(1973), Starmasters' Gambit(1973), The Mote in Time's Eye(1975)
Kusenberg, Kurt  Certain Room, A  1960 APR  ss  1st pub. in a supplement to ATL, in 1957; trans. from the German by Therese Pol
Lasswitz, Kurd  When the Devil Took the Professor  1953 JAN  ss  (1848-1910) written in 1895; trans. from the German by Willy Ley (1906-1969)
   Aladdin's Lamp  1953 MAY  ss  written in 1888; trans. from the German by Willy Ley
   Psychotomy  1955 JUL  ss  written in 1885; trans. from the German by Willy Ley
Malaval, Suzanne  Devil's God-Daughter, The  1962 SEP  vi  trans. from the French by Damon Knight
Mérimée, Prosper  Venus of Ille, The (Special Reprint Feature)  1970 NOV  nv  (1803-1870) trans. from the French by Francis B. Shaffer; story written in 1837; has coll. Carmen and Other Stories(1948; title story made into 1948 movie, The Loves of Carmen), whose intro incl. a biographical sketch of Mérimée
Pestriniero, Renato  Espree  1989 AUG  ss  (1933- ) trans. from the Italian by Pestriniero & Kim Stanley Robinson; Pestriniero lives in Venice, Italy
Rebetez, René  New Prehistory, The  1983 JUN  ss  trans. from the Spanish by Damon Knight; 1st pub. in his coll. La nueva prehistoria(1968); Rebetez was born in Columbia; lives in Colombia & Mexico; has acted in 3 Mexican movies between 1965-1968
Rosny ainé, J.-H.  Shapes, The  1968 MAR  nv  (1856-1940) trans. from the French by Damon Knight; ps. for Honore Boëx, a French author
Varshavsky, Ilya  Conflict, The  1967 AUG  vi  (1909-1973) 1st pub. in his anth. Path Into the Unknown(1966, U.K.); translated from the Russian; a naval engineer, he has been pub. in many anth. incl. Last Door to Aiya(1968), Aliens, Travelers, and Other Strangers(1984)
Veillot, Claude  First Days of May, The  1961 DEC  ss  (1925- ) 1st pub. in F&SF's French edition; trans. by Damon Knight; Veillot has written 'scenarios' for 18 French movies between 1963-1991
Verne, Jules  Gil Bralter  1958 JUL  ss  (1828-1905) 1st time in English, 1st pub. in Le Chemin de France (The Flight to France), in 1887; trans. from the French by I.O. Evans(1894-1977)
   Frritt-Flacc  1959 NOV  ss  1st pub. in Le Figaro Illustre, 1884 DEC; trans. from the French by I.O. Evans
Yefremov, I.  Secret From Hellas, A  1967 SEP  ss  (1908-1972) Ivan Antonovich Yefremov; trans. from the Russian by Selig O. Wassner
Zamyatin, Yevgeny  Cave, The (Special Reprint Feature)  1969 FEB  ss  (1884-1937) trans. from the Russian by Mirra Ginsburg; 1st pub. in 1922, & in his coll. The Dragon: Fifteen Stories(1968)
Zhuraleva, Valentina  Starlight Rhapsody  1964 JAN  ss  (1933- ) 1st pub. in Russia, and in Esperanto in the Swedish mag. Norda Prismo; trans. into English by Donald J. Harlow

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