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 →

Short Story Highlight: “muo-ka’s Child” by Indrapramit Das

Over at Clarkesworld Magazine is the latest story from Indian writer (and World SF Blog contributor) Indrapramit Das: muo-ka's Child. Ziara watched her parent, muo-ka, curl up and die, like an insect might on Earth. muo-ka was a giant of a thing, no insect. Ziara was the one who'd always felt like an insect around it.... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Fiction: “Kolkata Sea” by Indrapramit Das

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by Indrapramit Das from India. Indrapramit Das is a writer and artist from Kolkata, India, currently living in Vancouver, Canada. His fiction has appeared in Apex Magazine, Flash Fiction Online, Redstone Science Fiction, and New Scientist CultureLab, and is forthcoming in The Speculative Ramayana Anthology (Zubaan Books, India). He has written reviews... Continue Reading →

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