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Foreign-language editions of F&SF?

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  • Started 9 years ago by klarkash
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  1. klarkash
    Member

    I'm wondering what foreign-language editions of F&SF there were- I'm pretty sure there was a French edition (from which, if I'm not mistaken, Damon Knight drew the contents of his very interesting 60's antho "13 French Science Fiction Stories") but was there ever a Spanish? Any others? Thanks!

    (The Henneberg stories and especially the Boris Vian in "13 French Science Fiction Stories" are outstanding, by the way.)

    Posted 9 years ago #
  2. Gordon Van Gelder
    Editor/Publisher

    Andre-Francois Ruaud relaunched our French edition, FICTION, and does a great job with it. His blog is here: http://captainbooks.blogspot.com/

    We also have a fine Czech edition: http://www.fandsf.cz/

    We've got Russian and Israeli editions, too. And I hope I haven't forgotten any others.

    ---Gordon V.G.

    Posted 9 years ago #
  3. galaxie500
    Member

    Yeah, that book is very strong. I reread Doremieux story few days ago.

    Posted 9 years ago #
  4. klarkash
    Member

    Wow thanks Mr. VG, I had no idea the F&SF empire stretched so far. I was also curious about past foreign editions- there seems to have been a Spanish edition from a publisher called Minotauro, perhaps in the 60s? Anyone have any data on that?
    (Recently read a great translation from the Spanish of Rene Rebetez in the June '83 issue "The New Prehistory", I'm now on the hunt for more of his stuff...)

    Posted 9 years ago #

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