Sci-Fi Literature in Japan

Haikasoru is dead, long live Haikasoru!

For ten long years, this U.S. publisher spoiled us with an untold treasure trove of Japanese sci-fi novels, translated into English for the first time. Author Roderick Leeuwenhart reviewed many of them for AniWay magazine, befriended some of the authors, and would like nothing more than to share his favorites with you. On top of that, he’ll talk about what Japanese science fiction is, which events in the 20th century shaped it and of course where it’s heading... in the future!


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Location

Kanzaal 1

Time

Saturday 15:30 - 16:30

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Booth open: 31-Jan-20

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