A discussion with four South Asian science fiction and fantasy writers on imagining new worlds and futures: https://youtu.be/fsy1ps3av_c
Today in #TSAL2020 we have a panel on Speculative Fiction featuring @miminality, @singlecrow, @salik, @mamohanraj, and moderator @deepasivarajan 📖— Tasveer (@TasveerSeattle) October 24, 2020
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TSAL, along with Plurality University Network, presents a discussion with four South Asian science fiction and fantasy writers on imagining new worlds and futures.
Speculative fiction – a broad category that includes science fiction, fantasy, horror, and more – has long been a space for writers to envision alternatives to our world and our circumstances, whether in outer space, magical realms, or right here in (a reimagined) Earth. TSAL, in partnership with the Plurality University Network, is thrilled to host a conversation with Mary Anne Mohanraj, Mimi Mondal, Salik Shah, and Iona Datt Sharma about what those new worlds and futures look like in their writing and work.