Roderick Leeuwenhart is a Dutch SF writer whose stories are often about the bond between Japan and the Netherlands. He wrote a YA trilogy called Pindakaas en Sushi, about a group of otaku friends, and won the 2016 Harland Awards with his SF short “Star Body,” which is currently being expanded into a novel.

Roderick Leeuwenhart has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

The Three-Science-Fiction-Author Problem: A Conversation

INTERVIEW by Roderick Leeuwenhart in Issue 165 – June 2020

Taiyo Fujii, Japanese science fiction author of Gene Mapper and Orbital Cloud, invited me here. I only met him half a year earlier, at Worldcon in Dublin, but we quickly became friends and our plans took shape a few months later during dinner in Tokyo. The place is Lyon and the occasion is the AI […]