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Wild Cards To Brazil

My fantasy novels have been doing very well in Brazil, thanks in no small part to my wonderful publisher LeYa and some gorgeous Marc Simonetti covers... and now my Brazilian readers will have the chance to sample my other long-running series as well. WILD CARDS is coming to Brazil.

I am thrilled to announce that I've just signed a deal with LeYa for Brazilian (Portugese) editions of the entire Wild Cards series, all twenty-two volumes, from the original WILD CARDS to the still-in-progress LOWBALL.


I couldn't be happier, and my Wild Cards compatriots and contributors are doing cartwheels. I hope my Brazilian fans will enjoy reading about Jetboy, the Turtle, Dr. Tachyon, Bugsy, Yeoman, Curveball, Golden Boy, Capn Trips, Rustbelt, IBT, the Sleeper, Oddity, and the rest of the Wild Cards gang as much as we've enjoyed writing about 'em.


(And yes, I know, one of these days I must go down and visit Brazil. I'd love to, really. Just a matter of finding the time. Maybe some year for Carnival, I hear that's pretty wild).


Rafael Yamano
Feb. 26th, 2013 02:58 am (UTC)
Hello Mr. Jordan.

I'm a Brazilian fan of both Wild Cards and A Song of Ice and Fire. It makes me very happy to hear that your works are going to be translated to Brazilian Portuguese.

Also, a question: did you write the end of Aces High, the second book of Wild Cards? The one with Sleeper getting the phone and Jube the Walrus talking to him about a job... I know that Wild Cards books are a collaboration of many writers, but it just feels like that ending has your style, I don't know why.

Also, is it true that the Wild Cards universe was created in a RPG session you played with your fellow writer friends?

Thanks in advance for any answer,

From your fan, Rafael Yamano
Feb. 26th, 2013 04:28 pm (UTC)
I wrote all the Jube sections in ACES HIGH.

Roger Zelazny wrote the Sleeper.


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