Finnish Fitz and the Fool in the future
26 Feb, 2018 filed under: Robin Hobb, Finland
Fool’s Assassin will be translated into Finnish under the title Narrin käskyläinen.
There is no publication date yet, but the publisher Otava has added the cover to their online database. Only the Farseer and the Tawny Man trilogies have been translated into Finnish previously. For many of Robin’s Finnish readers, this news means a long wait of 12 years is almost over.
This will be the 10th language the Fitz and the Fool trilogy will be translated into. All the existing editions and translations are listed in the wiki.
Robin Hobb in Helsinki, Finland this week
7 Aug, 2017 filed under: Robin Hobb, Finland
Robin is attending the 75th Worldcon in Helsinki, Finland from 9th to 13th of August. Check out her schedule here. There is also a meet for her readers on Thursday at 3PM at the fan lounge. If you don’t want to get a membership for the con, day passes are also available at the website.
More chances to meet Robin Hobb this year
15 Apr, 2017 filed under: Robin Hobb, Finland, England/UK, US
New area: thePlenty.net Forums now open
5 May, 2008 filed under: Site updates, Finland
I have opened a new message board for all Robin Hobb and Megan Lindholm related discussion. I’m also offering space for discussions in languages other than English, so if you’ve been looking for a chance to debate the Fool’s gender or Nevare’s decisions in your own language, drop me a line and I’ll open a new room (there’s one for my fellow Finns already).
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Finnish Fool’s Fate
14 Sep, 2006 filed under: Robin Hobb, Finland
Narrin kohtalo, the Finnish translation of Fool’s Fate is published today. Check out more details and the cover from otava.fi