Translation Works
To Japanese
Toshiyuki Horie
Toshiyuki Horie (1964-) graduated from Waseda University's School of Letters, Arts and Sciences I,majoring in French Literature. He abandoned a doctorate at the Graduate school of Humanities and Sociology at the University of Tokyo, and studied for a doctorate at l'Université. Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3. He made his debut as a writer in 1995 with Kogai e (To the Suburbs). He won the Akutagawa Prize for Kuma no Shikiishi (The Bear and the Paving Stone) in 2001. After taking up a professorship in the Department of Science and Engineering at Meiji University in 2004, he then became a professor in 2007 at Waseda's School of Culture, Media and Society.
2001 Akutagawa Prize, for Kuma no Shikiishi (The Bear and the Paving Stone)
2003 Kawabata Yasunari Literary Prize, for Sutansu Dotto (Stance Dot)
2004 Tanizaki Jun'ichiro Prize and the Kiyama Shohei Prize, for Yukinuma to sono shuhen