Tuesday Fiction: “Ratan Mirrors” by Geetanjali Dighe

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by Geetanjali Dighe. Geetanjali lives in Mumbai. She publishes IndianSF (IndianSF.wordpress.com), a bi-monthly magazine that features science fiction and fantasy stories. Her work has appeared in Daily Science Fiction and Muse India. On Twitter she is @GeetanjaliD. This is the story's first publication. Ratan Mirrors Geetanjali Dighe I am dying, Manohar.... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Fiction: “Looking the Lopai in the Eyes” by Indrapramit Das

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by Indrapramit Das. Indrapramit is a writer and artist from Kolkata, India, currently living in Vancouver, Canada. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Apex Magazine, Redstone Science Fiction and Breaking the Bow: Speculative Fiction Inspired by the Ramayana (Zubaan Books, India), among others. He also... Continue Reading →

Indian SF Magazine

We recently received an emailed from Geetanjali Dighe of Mumbai, India, who started a new digital magazine. Here's what he they said: Indian SF is a free to read digital magazine featuring Speculative Fiction (SF) stories. SF broadly stands for Science Fiction and Fantasy. It is published from Mumbai, India. Indian SF welcomes writers from... Continue Reading →

Meet Samit Basu in the UK!

Apex Book of World SF 2 contributor, and author of the recently released, Indian superheroes novel Turbulence from Titan Books, Samit Basu is currently visiting the UK, with several public events planned. If you're UK based, why not pop in and see one of this blog's favourite writers? Samit Basu UK Tour Talk and Signing with Ben Aaronovitch at Piccadilly Waterstone’s... Continue Reading →

Review: Turbulence by Samit Basu, reviewed by Anil Menon (Author Week #4)

Turbulence by Samit Basu Reviewed by Anil Menon The opening scene in Turbulence captures perfectly what reading Samit Basu’s work is like. Determined to give his son Vir Singh his first taste of flight, fighter-pilot Balwant Singh dangles and swings his three-year old from the uppermost tier of the Eiffel Tower. To read Basu is... Continue Reading →

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