Estonian science fiction
Science fiction and fantasy in Estonia is largely a product of the current post-Soviet era. Although somewhat earlier authors, like Eiv Eloon and Tiit Tarlap, do exist. Eesti Ulmeühing is an organization for print science fiction in Estonia that puts out an award called Stalker for the Andrei Tarkovsky film Stalker that was largely shot in Estonia.
In film the works of Raul Tammet have been analyzed.
A selection of Estonian writers who have won multiple Stalkers
- Veiko Belials
- Lew R. Berg
- Indrek Hargla - Pen-name for Indrek Sootak, he also writes detective fiction that has been translated to English.
- Leo Kunnas
- Tiit Tarlap
- Siim Veskimees
- "Estonian science-fiction" by Raul Sulbi in Estonian Literary Magazine
- Eesti Ulmeühing page on Stalker
- Näripea, Eva (2010). "Aliens and time travellers: Recycling national space in Estonian science-fiction cinema". Studies in Eastern European Cinema. 1: 167–182. doi:10.1386/seec.1.2.167_1.
- Peter Owen Publishers
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