Posts Tagged ‘magazine publications’

‘The Assassination’ Published in Nova

December 6, 2011

The short story, ‘The Assassination’, has been translated to German and published in Nova. This issue of Nova is a special Middle East issue, feature a story by Lavie Tidhar, Achmed Khammas, and myself, and an interview with all three of us.

The Assassination is about an old man, an old hero, who has built his entire life around a deed done in his youth. But thanks to time technology, he can look back and learn the truth about his deed. In the story, the personality he has built upon his heroic deed in stripped away, step by step, as he slowly finds who he really is and who he always was.

 

Nova 18

Nova 18

 

 

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‘2010: An Israeli Space Odyssey’ Reprinted in Outlook

October 20, 2010

The Canadian magazine, Outlook, has reprinted my article ‘2010: An Israeli Space Odyssey’ in its new issue.

2010: AN ISRAELI SPACE ODYSSEY
SF author Guy Hasson explains the explosion of science fiction in Israel and looks at how far the themes of its authors are particularly Jewish or Israeli. Writers covered include Lavie Tidhar and Nir Yaniv and Hasson himself.

Outlook's September October Cover

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‘The Imagination Hospital’ published by the Jerusalem Post

October 19, 2010

The short story, ‘The Imagination Hospital‘, has been published in the Jerusalem Post’s magazine. Also available online.

The tagline: “Who can possibly die from an overactive imagination?”

Who can possibly die from an overactive imagination?

If only we had imagination hospitals...

‘The Man Who Was Stronger Than God’ Published in Outlook

August 6, 2010

The short story, ‘The Man Who Was Stronger Than God’, has just been published in the progressive Jewish Canadian magazine, Outlook

It’s an alternative biblical history story about Abraham and God.

Outlook

Outlook

‘The Unruly Child’ Now in Greek

August 1, 2010

The Greek SF magazine, ‘Ennea’, has published ‘The Unruly Child’.

It is a story that takes place in a world where children have imagination and the older they grow, the more imagination they lose.  An old man tries to browbeat a child about the secrets of imagination.

‘The Unruly Child’ has also appeared, translated into Hebrew, in ‘Once Upon a Future #1’.

Ennea: The Cover

Ennea: The Cover

'The Unruly Child' in Greek - the first page

'The Unruly Child' in Greek - the first page

Article Published: ‘2010: An Israeli Space Odyssey’

July 26, 2010

A new article of mine has just been published in the magazine Jewish Renaissance, called ‘2010: An Israeli Space Odyssey’.

From the website:

 

2010: AN ISRAELI SPACE ODYSSEY
SF author Guy Hasson explains the explosion of science fiction in Israel and looks at how far the themes of its authors are particularly Jewish or Israeli. Writers covered include Lavie Tidhar and Nir Yaniv and Hasson himself.

Published Italian Translation: The Perfect Girl

March 22, 2010

Nova SF #72

The Italian SF magazine, Nova SF, translated ‘The Perfect Girl’ into Italian.

‘The Perfect Girl’ also won the Geffen Award for Best Short Story in 2005.

Published Italian Translation: Her Destiny

March 22, 2010

Nova SF #68

The Italian SF magazine, Nova SF, translated ‘Her Destiny’ into Italian.

‘Her Destiny’ is also available online in English here, at Infinity Plus.

Published German Translation: All-of-Me(TM)

March 22, 2010

Nova #6

The German SF magazine, Nova, translated ‘All-of-Me(TM)’ into German.

Published Spanish Translation: The Levantine Experiments

March 22, 2010

Hispacon 2007

I was a guest of the 2007 SF convention in Spain, Hispacon.

‘The Folly of Freedom’ was published in 2007’s Hispacon book, translated into Spanish.

Later on, when Lavie Tidhar chose the story for the Apex Book of World SF, he changed its name to ‘The Levantine Experiments’.

The story is available in English online here.