‘Hatchling’ Wins Best Translated Story in Russia

The novella, Hatchling, won Best Translated Story (or Best Foreign Story) in the Russian SF competition ‘Today Is Tomorrow’ about the Singularity. All winning stories and runners-up will appear (in Russian) in a special anthology that will be published later this month.

Hatchling is my most-translated story, and if you want to read it in the original English, you’ll find it among other great stories in my recently-published anthology, The Emoticon Generation.

The Emoticon Generation by Guy Hasson

The Emoticon Generation

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One Response to “‘Hatchling’ Wins Best Translated Story in Russia”

  1. Interview with Guy Hasson, author of THE EMOTICON GENERATION | the Little Red Reviewer Says:

    […] of the story, and never forget her. Hatchling is by far the most translated story. In fact, it just won an SF competition in Russia as the Best Foreign SF […]

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