2.1 The Anthropocene [Dec 2022]

Our third issue explores the Anthropocene, our current geological age and the era in which humans are the dominant force impacting the environment. A.T. Greenblatt’s protagonist searches for the path to an impossible ocean; Chloe N. Clark’s poem laments pollution while yearning for hope; Kenji Miyazawa’s two tales reflect his fascination with the spiritual and environmental world. We are also proud to present our first AR game, an ecohorror fantasy written by K.C. Mead-Brewer and designed by Natalie Mueller.

1.2 Japan x Future [Oct 2021]

Our second issue explores science fiction as cultural flow by focusing on literary flows between Japan and the United States. Masahiko Inoue creatively re-imagines a cherished 1995 meeting with Ray Bradbury; Edogawa Ranpo channels Edgar Allan Poe; Eugie Foster, dm armstrong, and James C. Opperman envision Japanese SFF tropes in new ways. Issue 1.2 also features three new translations, our first novella, an analysis of the intersections between kaiju and kami, and a pen pal exchange between the canonical works of Japanese and American cyberpunk.

1.1 The Future Of Translation [April 2021]

Our inaugural issue explores the theme of translation, from literal translations to multimedia tales that "translate" narratives visually. We have stories by Le Guin, Tomova, Hudson, Oshikawa, and Rose, an interview with Game of Thrones Conlanger David. J. Peterson, and more. Read on to discover the future of translation!