Issui Ogawa

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Issui Ogawa (小川 一水 Ogawa Issui?, born 1975) is a Seiun and Hayakawa Award winning writer of more than a dozen novels. His stories are often sociological in nature dealing with issues like disaster and democracy.[1]

Awards[edit]

  • 2004: Seiun Award Best Japanese Novel of the Year for Dai Roku Tairiku (第六大陸?)
  • 2006: Seiun Award Best Japanese Short Story of the Year for "Tadayotta Otoko" (漂った男?)
  • 2011: Seiun Award Best Japanese Short Story of the Year for "Arisuma ō no aishita mamono" (アリスマ王の愛した魔物?)

Bibliography[edit]

English translation[edit]

  • Novels
    • The Lord of the Sands of Time (2009), translation of Toki Suna no Ō (時砂の王?) (2007)
    • The Next Continent (2010), translation of Dai roku tairiku (第六大陸?) (2003)
  • Short stories
    • "Old Vohl's Planet" (2003) translation by Jim Hubbert in Speculative Japan 2: The Old Man Who Watched the Sea and Other Tales of Japanese Science Fiction and Fantasy (Kurodahan Press, 2011)[2]
    • "Golden Bread" (The Future is Japanese, Viz Media, Haikasoru, 2012)
    • "To the Blue Star" (Speculative Japan 3, Kurodahan Press, 2012)[3]

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