Tsukasa Fushimi

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Tsukasa Fushimi
Born 1981 (age 36–37)
Japan
Pen name Tsukasa Fushimi (伏見 つかさ, Fushimi Tsukasa)
Occupation Author
Nationality Japanese
Notable works
Website
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Tsukasa Fushimi (伏見 つかさ, Fushimi Tsukasa, born 1981) is a Japanese author of light novels. He made his debut in 2006 with the novel series Jūsanbanme no Alice. This was followed in 2008 by his well-known novel series Oreimo, which spawned a media franchise encompassing multiple manga, anime, and video game adaptations. In 2013, Fushimi began writing his novel series Eromanga Sensei.

Career[edit]

Originally from Chiba, Tsukasa Fushimi entered the first volume of Jūsanbanme no Alice into the 12th Dengeki Novel Prize in 2005. While the work did not win a prize, it survived through the third selection process and was ultimately published by ASCII Media Works under their Dengeki Bunko imprint in 2006 as Fushimi's debut work.[1] Following the end of Jūsanbanme no Alice with volume four in 2007,[2] Fushimi began writing the first novel of Oreimo, published in 2008.[3] Fushimi would go on to write 12 volumes in total of Oreimo, ending in 2013.[4] Over the course of the series, Oreimo spawned a media franchise encompassing multiple manga, anime and video game adaptations. Fushimi began his next novel series Eromanga Sensei in 2013.[5]

Works[edit]

Light novels
  • ASCII Media Works
    • Jūsanbanme no Alice (十三番目のアリス, illustrations by Sikorsky) (2006–2007, 4 volumes)[1][2]
    • Oreimo (俺の妹がこんなに可愛いわけがない, Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai, illustrations by Hiro Kanzaki) (2008–2013, 12 volumes)[3][4]
    • Neko Sis (ねこシス, illustrations by Hiro Kanzaki) (2009, 1 volume)[6]
    • Eromanga Sensei (エロマンガ先生, illustrations by Hiro Kanzaki) (2013–ongoing, 9 volumes)[7]
  • Visual Art's / Paradigm
    • Meitantei Shikkaku na Kanojo (名探偵失格な彼女, illustrations by Eran Hasumi) (2008, 1 volume)[8]
  • Square Enix
    • Chūnibyō de Go!! (中二病でGO!!) (2009, co-authored short story anthology)[9]
  • Ichijinsha
    • School Heart's Tsuki to Hanabi to Yakusoku to (School Heart's 月と花火と約束と) (2008, co-authored short story anthology)[10]
Visual novels
  • Meitantei Shikkaku na Kanojo (名探偵失格な彼女) by Issue (Visual Art's) (2009)[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 十三番目のアリス (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b 十三番目のアリス(4) (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  3. ^ a b 俺の妹がこんなに可愛いわけがない [Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai] (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  4. ^ a b 俺の妹がこんなに可愛いわけがない(12) [Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai (12)] (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Oreimo Author's Ero Manga Sensei Light Novel Outlined". Anime News Network. November 9, 2013. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  6. ^ ねこシス [Neko Sis] (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  7. ^ エロマンガ先生(5) 和泉紗霧の初登校 (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved October 16, 2015. 
  8. ^ 名探偵失格な彼女 [Meitantei Shikkaku na Kanojo] (in Japanese). Amazon.com. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  9. ^ "中二病でGO!! ガンガンノベルズアンソロジー" [Chūnibyō de Go!! Gangan Novels Anthology] (in Japanese). Square Enix. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  10. ^ "School Heart's 月と花火と約束と" (in Japanese). Ichijinsha. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 
  11. ^ 名探偵失格な彼女 [Meitantei Shikkaku na Kanojo]. Issue (in Japanese). Visual Art's. Retrieved November 19, 2013. 

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