Shortlisted for the 2009 Vodaphone - Crossword Children's Fiction Award
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Making History: The Strange Case of Rani Padmini
The Four Quarters Magazine
Winter Edition, 2013

The Jaguar's Wife
Interfictions Online
Fall Edition, 2013

Hacked Matter Workshop
Shanghai, China
October 19-21, 2013

Special On Indian Speculative Fiction
Strange Horizons
September, 2013

Interview with Yoshio Kobayashi
26to50.com
September, 2012

Review: Samit Basu's Turbulence
World SF Blog
Aug 30, 2012

Neglected topics in SF
SF-Signal
Aug 15, 2012

The Meaning of Curiosity
Times of India Weekend Edition
Aug 11, 2012

Podcast: In conversation with Karen Burnham and Vandana Singh
Locus Magazine
July 27, 2012

Review: Lokenath Bhattacharya's The Virgin Fish of Babughat
Locus Magazine
July 27, 2012

Good Reasons published in
Humanities Underground
June 27, 2012

Poincaré Sutra nominated for Parallax Award
Senses Five Press
August 16, 2011

Interview by Ana Leticia Sigvartsen
Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK)
June 16, 2011

Review: C. M. Valente's Under In The Mere
Strange Horizons
June 13, 2010

World SF Blog: World Building in a Hot Climate
May 19, 2010

Hunting a Snark: On the Trail of Regional Indian SF
Trans: Juan Madrigal
Literatura Prospectiva
May 05, 2010

Interview by Venetia Ansell
Sanskrit Literature Blog
March 04, 2010

The Hindu, Kochi Metroplus Interview
Jan. 15, 2010

SF-Signal Interview
Nov. 02, 2009

I write stories. Short stories, long stories, spec-fic stories, realist stories, stories that go well with chai, stories that don't, stories with brown people, stories without, stories about what is, what isn't, and yet.

My short fiction can be found in magazines and anthologies such as Albedo One, Chiaroscuro, InterZone, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, New Genre, Sybil's Garage, Strange Horizons, TEL: Stories and Apex World SF.

My first novel “The Beast With Nine Billion Feet” (Zubaan) is available in Crosswords, Landmark, Odyssey and other major stores or via Zubaan's online store. Along with Vandana Singh, I co-edited Breaking The Bow, an international anthology of speculative short fiction inspired by `the' Ramayan.

But enough about me & my damn stories. I prefer conversations to monologues, so look around, tickle the links, sample the samosas, and drop me a line about you.