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TOC: ‘The Future Is Japanese’ Edited by Haikasoru

From Haikasoru, here’s the table of contents for the new anthology: The Future is Japanese: Stories From and About the Land of the Rising Sun:

A web browser that threatens to conquer the world. The longest, loneliest railroad on Earth. A North Korean nuke hitting Tokyo, a hollow asteroid full of automated rice paddies, and a specialist in breaking up “virtual” marriages. And yes, giant robots. These thirteen stories from and about the Land of the Rising Sun run the gamut from fantasy to cyberpunk, and will leave you knowing that the future is Japanese!

And here’s the toc…

  1. “Mono No Aware” by Ken Liu
  2. “The Sound of Breaking Up” by Felicity Savage
  3. “Chitai Heiki Koronbin” by David Moles
  4. “The Indifference Engine” by Project Itoh
  5. “The Sea of Trees” by Rachel Swirsky
  6. “Endoastronomy” by Toh EnJoe
  7. “In Plain Sight” by Pat Cadigan
  8. “Golden Bread” by Issui Ogawa
  9. “One Breath, One Stroke” by Catherynne M. Valente
  10. “Whale Meat” by Ekaterina Sedia
  11. “Mountain People, Ocean People” by Hideyuki Kikuchi
  12. “Goddess of Mercy” by Bruce Sterling
  13. “Autogenic Dreaming: Interview with the Columns of Clouds” by TOBI Hirotaka
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4 Comments on TOC: ‘The Future Is Japanese’ Edited by Haikasoru

  1. I’m turning Japanese. I think I’m turning Japanese. I really think so.

  2. That toc was published back in february. The book is on amazon already:

    Looks very impressive, actually.

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