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The Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction Volume 2

Tarun K. Saint

From sinister plans of xenocide to speciesists who have taken it upon themselves to Off-World those unlike them; from simulations that memorialize stories obliterated in a book-burning world to the Master Pain Merchant who is always at hand to administer a dose of long-forgotten sensations; from genetically modified Glow Girls who can kill with a touch to a droid detective actively seeking out justice – this stellar volume of cutting-edge science fiction, in prose and verse, showcases 32 of the most powerful voices in the genre from the Indian Subcontinent.

Taking forward the formidable task achieved to critical acclaim by the first volume of The Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction, the present collection masterfully transports readers to worlds strangely familiar, raises crucial questions about our place in the universe and testifies to the astonishing range and power of the imaginative mind.

Contributors: Anil Menon * Aparna Ramachandran * Archana Mirajkar * Arjun Gaind * Arunava Sinha * Bina Shah * Gautam Bhatia * Giti Chandra * Haris A. Durrani * Jayant Narlikar * Jayaprakash Satyamurthy * Kaiser Haq * Kalsang Yangzom * Kehkashan Khalid * Lavanya Lakshminarayan * Manjula Padmanabhan * Medha Singh * Muhammed Zafar Iqbal * Navin Weeraratne * Premee Mohamed * Priya Sarukkai Chabria * Saad Z. Hossain * Salik Shah * Sami Ahmad Khan * Senaa Ahmad * Shiv Ramdas * Shovon Chowdhury * Soham Guha * Sukanya Datta * Tashan Mehta * Usman T. Malik * Vajra Chandrasekera * Vandana Singh * Yudhanjaya Wijeratne

  • Classification : SFF (science Fiction & Fantasy)
  • Pub Date : SEP 25, 2021
  • Imprint : Hachette India
  • Page Extent : 488
  • Binding : HB
  • ISBN : 9789391028626
  • Price : INR 699
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Tarun K. Saint

Tarun K. Saint is an independent scholar and writer born in Kenya, and has been living in India since 1972. His research interests include the literature of the Partition and science fiction. He is the author of Witnessing Partition: Memory, History, Fiction (2010), has edited Bruised Memories: Communal Violence and the Writer (2002), co-edited Translating Partition: Essays, Stories, Criticism (2001) with Ravi Kant and Looking Back: The 1947 Partition of India, 70 Years On (2017) in collaboration with Rakhshanda Jalil and Debjani Sengupta. He has also edited The Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction [Volume 1 and 2].

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