Saturday, August 22, 2015

For the first time ever, a translated novel wins the Hugo Award

"The Three Body Problem" has won the 2015 Hugo Award for best novel.

This is the first time that the prize has been given to a translated work. Congratulations to Cixin Liu, the novel's author, and to Ken Liu, its translator. Congratulations also to the publisher, for doing the right thing and prominently displaying the translator's name alongside the author's, on the cover of the book:


  1. Great work! especially to the translator Ken Liu. There is always this concept of "Lost in Translation".

  2. That's just cool ! I hope I'll do the same one day!

  3. Heartily congratulation to both Cixin and Ken Liu for achieving such a great award. Best wishes for the same work.


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