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I’ve three novels in the Dandelion Dynasty series coming out from Saga Press, Simon & Schuster’s new SFF imprint.
The first book in the series, The Grace of Kings, is scheduled for April 7, 2015 as one of the launch titles for Saga Press.
You can find out more about the series and how I came to write it in this blog entry.
I’ve been privileged to have had the opportunity to translate the work of some of today’s best novelists working in Chinese.
- The Three-Body Problem (《三体》), by Liu Cixin (刘慈欣). This is the first volume of the most popular hard scifi series in China. A first-contact story of grand imagination and fresh ideas, it was released on November 11, 2014, by Tor Books. You can order it from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other fine bookstores.
- Death’s End (working title for 《三体•III•死神永生》), by Liu Cixin (刘慈欣). The concluding volume in the Three Body series. By turns somber, despairing, lyrical, and hopeful, this book is breathtaking in scope and, in my opinion, the best one in the series. (The second volume, The Dark Forest, will be translated by Joel Martinsen.)
- The Waste Tide (《荒潮》), by Chen Qiufan (a.k.a Stanley Chan, 陈楸帆). The debut cyberpunk novel by my friend Stan has won every prestigious Chinese literary award in genre, and I can’t wait to introduce this powerful, incisive, and delicate work of dark beauty to Anglophone readers.