Due to unexpected spread of COVID in China and hence government prohibition on large events, the SFFRA awarding ceremony venue——APSFCon is postponed to date unconfirmed. Therefore the SFFRA announcement is postponed from 21st August to the date to-be-updated. Sorry for the situation and please kindly keep track with 2021 SFFRA announcement.
We are pleased to announce that the SFF Rosetta Awards winners will be announced on the award ceremony in the evening of 21st August, GMT+08:00, at Another Planet Sci-Fi Convention (APSFCon), which is going to be held from 21st to 22nd August in the venue of “Shougang Park”——adaptive reused site of Capital Steel Factory, Beijing,Continue reading “Announcing Ceremony Venue of SFF Rosetta Awards 2021”
We are more than excited to announce the finalists of SFF Rosetta Awards 2021. Best SFF translated work: Long-form The Disaster Tourist, Yun Ko-Eun, translated from Korean by Lizzie Buehler (Counterpoint Press); Vagabonds, Hao Jingfang, translated from Chinese by Ken Liu (Gallery/Saga Press); Daughter From the Dark, Sergey and Marina Dyachenko, translated from Russian by Julia MeitovContinue reading “Announcing Shortlist of Science Fiction and Fantasy Rosetta Awards 2021”
SFF Rosetta Awards warmly welcomes Cristina Jurado (Spain), Keren Burnham (US) and Shahid Mahmud (US) to be new jurors for Short-form category of SFFRA. Full Jury introduction is here. Cristina Jurado studied Advertising and Public Relations at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain) and holds a Master’s degree in Rhetoric from Northwestern University (USA). She isContinue reading “New Jurors for Short-form Category of SFFRA”
LONG-FORM Wûf, Kemal Varol, translated from Turkish by Dayla Rogers (University of Texas Press) Qualityland, Marc-Uwe Kling, translated from German by Jamie Searle Romanelli (Grand Central Publishing) The Sweet Indifference of the World, Peter Stamm, translated from German by Michael Hofmann (Other Press) A Snake Lies Waiting, Jin Yong, translated from Chinese by Anna Holmwood,Continue reading “Eligibility List (Final) of 2021 SFF Rosetta Awards”
Final Eligibility List of 2021 SFFRA will be announced soon. Long-form Category Flutter Into Life (#4 of “The Sky Crawlers” series), Mori Hiroshi, translated from Japanese by Ryusui Seiryoin (The BBB: Breakthrough Bandwagon Books) is added. Short-form Category “I Will Make You Remember Me” by H. Pueyo, translated from Portuguese by H. Pueyo (Nat. Brut)Continue reading “Corrections and Changes (Final) of Preliminary Eligibility List of 2021 SFFRA”
Long-form: The Valancourt Book of World Horror Stories is removed, because the 20 stories of which are separately eligible in Short-form category. To Hold Up the Sky, Cixin Liu, translated from Chinese by Joel Martinsen, John Chu, Carmen Yiling Yan, &Adam Lanphier (Tor Books). Multiple translators added. [Joel Martinsen kindly pointed out Carmen Yiling YanContinue reading “Corrections and Changes (Part 1) of Preliminary Eligibility List of 2021 SFFRA”
The preliminary eligibility list of 2021 SFF Rosetta Awards is out. If any incorrectness, or any eligible works missing in this list, please kindly point out or provide with full info source to verify via email to email@example.com, before 14th, March. And the final eligibility list will be announced at end of March. Long-form (46Continue reading “Preliminary Eligibility List of 2021 SFF Rosetta Awards”
Today, Dec 26, 2020, Science Fiction and Fantasy Rosetta Awards (SFFRA) officially comes to the world, with the love of global SFF community and the anticipation of further communicating between different languages & cultures and of recognition of the great but underrated efforts of translators and those who endeavor to make the translation works comeContinue reading “Birthday of SFF Rosetta Awards”
The official site to be launched soon.