Travels in Inner Space

The short stories of the Japanese feminist and science fiction writer Izumi Suzuki have an eerie correspondence to the world of the present day.

In a collection of seven short stories, Verso’s Terminal Boredom introduces Japanese science fiction writer, actress, and ‘countercultural icon’ Izumi Suzuki (1949–86) to English readers for the first time. Translated by Polly Barton, Sam Bett, David Boyd, Daniel Joseph, Aiko Masubuchi, and Helen O’Horan, Terminal Boredom is the first of two planned anthologies of Suzuki’s […]

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