Sayuri Ueda (上田早夕里, Ueda Sayuri, born October 26, 1964) is a Japanese science fiction and fantasy writer.[1]

Sayuri Ueda
Born (1964-10-26) October 26, 1964 (age 58)[1]
Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan
OccupationWriter
LanguageJapanese
GenreScience fiction, fantasy
Notable awardsSakyo Komatsu Award (2003)
Japan SF Award (2011)

VIZ Productions is developing a feature film based on her short story "The Street of Fruiting Bodies."[2]

Works in English translation Edit

Novel
Short stories
  • "Fin and Claw" (original title: Uobune, Kemonobune), trans. Daniel Huddleston (Speculative Japan 3: Silver Bullet and Other Tales of Japanese Science Fiction and Fantasy, Kurodahan Press, 2012)[4]
  • "The Street of Fruiting Bodies" (original title: Kusabira no Michi) (Phantasm Japan: Fantasies Light and Dark, From and About Japan, Haikasoru, 2014)[5]

Awards Edit

Bibliography Edit

The Ocean Chronicles series Edit

  • Novels
    • Karyu no Miya (華竜の宮), 2010
    • Shinku no Hibun (深紅の碑文), 2013
  • Short stories
    • "Uobune, Kemonobune" (魚舟・獣舟) (2006) (English translation: "Fin and Claw")
    • "Lilienthal no Matsuei" (リリエンタールの末裔) (2011)

Pastry series Edit

  • La pâtisserie (ラ・パティスリー), 2005
  • Chocolatier no Kunsho (ショコラティエの勲章), 2008
  • Kashifesu no Niwa (菓子フェスの庭), 2011

Yokai Detective series Edit

  • Yokai Tantei Hyakume 1: Shunuri no Machi (妖怪探偵・百目1 朱塗の街), 2014

Standalone sci-fi/fantasy novels Edit

  • Kasei Daku Barado (火星ダーク・バラード), 2003
  • Zeusu no Ori (ゼウスの檻), 2004 (English translation: The Cage of Zeus, Haikasoru, 2011)
  • Mizuki no Zanko (美月の残香), 2008
  • Black Agate (ブラック・アゲート), 2012
  • Kunko no Canopeum (薫香のカナピウム), 2015

Short story collections Edit

  • Uobune, Kemonobune (魚舟・獣舟), 2009
    • "Uobune, Kemonobune" (魚舟・獣舟) (2006) (English translation: "Fin and Claw")
    • "Kusabira no Michi" (くさびらの道) (2007) (English translation: "The Street of Fruiting Bodies")
    • "Shinshu no Machi" (真朱の街) (2008)
    • "Kyoo" (饗応) (2007)
    • "Blue Glass" (ブルーグラス) (2004)
    • "Kotori no Haka" (小鳥の墓) (2009)
  • Lilienthal no Matsuei (リリエンタールの末裔), 2011
    • "Lilienthal no Matsuei" (リリエンタールの末裔) (2011)
    • "Magunefio" (マグネフィオ) (2009)
    • "Night Blue no Kiroku" (ナイト・ブルーの記録) (2011)
    • "Maboroshi no Chronometer" (幻のクロノメーター) (2011)

References Edit

  1. ^ a b "List of members, Sayuri Ueda" (in Japanese). Mystery Writers of Japan, Inc. Retrieved February 13, 2015.
  2. ^ "Haikasoru Goes Hollywood…Again!". Haikasoru. Retrieved February 13, 2015.
  3. ^ "The Cage of Zeus". Haikasoru. Retrieved February 13, 2015.
  4. ^ "Speculative Japan 3". Kurodahan Press. Retrieved February 13, 2015.
  5. ^ "Phantasm Japan". Haikasoru. Retrieved February 13, 2015.
  6. ^ "Sakyo Komatsu Award" (in Japanese). Kadokawa Haruki Corporation. Retrieved February 13, 2015.
  7. ^ "Winners of the SFWJ Awards" (in Japanese). Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of Japan. Retrieved February 13, 2015.

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