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New publishers and editors of genre works in France
October roundup for French readers
A review of Mirror Worlds by Vincent Mondiot and Raphael Lafarge, a story that has taken an interesting path to publication.
September's most popular posts, with headlines translated into French!
Our most popular posts, rendered in Francais
An interview with French author Jean Christophe Gapdy, including a brief discussion of "Francofuturism"
A review of a trilogy's finale finds it a bit wanting
For our French readers, a roundup of our popular posts from August.
An interview with author Jean Bury
Posts about Hispano-American fiction; John W. Campbell, Women in SF, McDevitt and Canadian anthology reviews, the First Fandom Experience and more.
A review of an overlooked novel dealing with the issue of child soldiers.
A little delayed but here nonetheless (Napoleon reportedly slept in too); A roundup of June's posts for French readers
Siana's Brothers of Enchantment delves into 'arcanepunk'
Highlighting popular posts from May for our French-reacxhing audience
Sword and sorcery is not a well-regarded genre in France; The Twilight of Aesir may change some minds.
Recommended for those who parlez vous francais
Small presses are picking up the genre mantle in France.
Fabian picks the top posts from March for French readers.
The Black Ship, a review of the final F.E.L.I.N.E. trilogy
Popular Articles from février
Frances Carsac, French author, scientist, on the advent of his 100th birthday.
Highlights from January's posts, in French
A round up of French SF/F Awards presented in 2018
Fabian translates for Francophones
Profiling a French urban fantasy, featuring a Taoist Exorcist
Popular posts, en Francais
The French author Hugues Douriaux died this past November.
Our most popular posts rendered in French - even the spanish language ones! Get your "les Goodies" here!
French small presses pick up the slack in genre when the publishers fail to create imprints.
Two traditional publishing houses in France that have eschewed genre previously now embrace it.