July 10th Question

Have your works been localized outside of English, and do you know of any good resources for finding such editions?

Various books of mine have been printed in other languages — German, French, Polish, Dutch, Czech, Russian, Bulgarian, Spanish, Italian, and Swedish, but how many books were printed in what language varies. In general, however, the Recluce books are those most translated, but unevenly. For example, the first eleven books of the Recluce Saga were printed in German before the publisher went bankrupt, while only The Magic of Recluce was printed in Spanish. The first three books of The Corean Chronicles were printed in Italian, but no Recluce books. Several SF books were printed in Russian, but no fantasy. Three Recluce books were published in French, as was The Elysium Commission. There were also three Recluce books in Swedish.

As for sources of foreign versions, I’m afraid I can’t help with that.

1 thought on “July 10th Question”

  1. Carl says:

    The Internet Speculative Fiction Database has foreign editions included: https://isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ae.cgi?40

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