Friday, April 02, 2004

Sheryl Curtis, Jean-Louis Trudel translate
Jean-Claude Dunyach stories for new collection

The Night Orchid: Conan Doyle in Toulouse, a new collection of stories by award-winning French author Jean-Claude Dunyach just released by Black Coat Press, features translations by SF Canada members Sheryl Curtis (who translated nine of the 14 stories) and Jean-Louis Trudel.

Among the stories in the collection are "Unravelling the Thread," which was voted Best Story of 1998 by the readers of Interzone and selected to be in the 1999 Year's Best Science Fiction anthology, and "Watch Me When I Sleep," which was included in the 2002 Year's Best Fantasy and Horror anthology. The collection includes a new foreword by David Brin and a cover by Gilles Francescano.

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