Enjoy the most recent Hyouka short story to be released! This is a really difficult one to put into English, so I tried to add as much help as possible. I hope you guys enjoy it. (I’ll be resuming Solaris now that I’ve finished this one.) The Tiger and the Crab, or The Murder of Oreki Houtarou
Sorry for the long absence! Today I have a new short story released in the Classics Club (Hyouka) Series, titled “Even Though I’m Told I Now Have Wings…” It was originally released in Kadokawa’s Shousetsu, Yasei Jidai publication, from December, 2015 to January, 2016. Click here to read! The story was edited this time by qhp, so I hope you’ll thank him as well!
A science fiction translation I did back in college. Shin’ichi Hoshi is often considered the father of modern Japanese science fiction. His signature style was what he called the “short-short,” a fable-esque and darkly humorous short story that could be as brief as two pages. He wrote over a thousand of them in his lifetime. Read it here!