Yoshinori Shimizu

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Yoshinori Shimizu (清水義範, Shimizu Yoshinori, born October 28, 1947) is a Japanese novelist.

He was born in Nagoya, Japan, and has published stories since 1977, especially young adult science fiction.

Works in English translation[edit]

Crime Novel
Short stories
  • Japanese Entrance Exams for Earnest Young Men (original title: Kokugo nyūshi mondai hisshōhō), trans. Jeffrey Hunter (Monkey Brain Sushi: New Tastes in Japanese Fiction, Kodansha International, 1991)
  • Jack and Betty Forever (original title: Eien no Jyakku & Betti), trans. Frederik L. Schodt (The Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Literature: Volume 2, From 1945 to the Present, Columbia University Press, 2007)

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 1988 - Yoshikawa Eiji Prize for New Writers: Japanese Entrance Exams for Earnest Young Men and other stories (short story collection)
  • 1989 - Nominee for Naoki Prize: Kinko no yume (金鯱の夢?) (novel)
  • 1990 - Nominee for Naoki Prize: Kyokō shiritsu fujōri chūgakkō (虚構市立不条理中学校?) (novel)
  • 1992 - Nominee for Naoki Prize: Kashiwagi Seiji no seikatsu (柏木誠治の生活?) (novel)

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