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Love. an Archaeology

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Fourteen stories, ranging from science fiction to weird, mixing future scenarios (on and off-Earth) and alternate realities, but in fact, they are essentially about one thing: love and its malcontents.
A man who refuses to let death erase the memories of his loved ones; two time- travellers leaping through the aeons in a literal love-and-death relationship; a murderer in lo
Published March 26th 2021 by Luna Press Publishing
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Mar 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
An excellent. Set of short stores that build on the past and gives it a new perspective particularly with reference to South American SF takes on the genre ranging from time travel to consciousness

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Feb 22, 2021 rated it really liked it
Science fiction is not a genre I read all that often, seeing as I stay in fantasy more than SF. But this one looked intriguing and I liked the short story format. I don’t think I read enough short story collections.
I’m glad I read this. The stories are unique and self-contained but the theme of love and loss and principles of Buddhist thought trace their way through many of them. Some are short, some longer, but all are thought provoking. The translation seems to be a good one, with only one or
Mar 30, 2021 rated it it was amazing
What exactly is a translation? For a multilingual writer, does every piece become a sort of translation within the creator’s mind, or is each story pre-filtered though one linguistic route of the brain?

These question came to mind as I read Love. An Archaeology, the first collection of short fiction from Brazilian writer Fábio Fernandes, just released from Luna Press as part of their “Harvester Series.” The books in this series intentionally gather a collection of old and new works from a writer,
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