MITHILA REVIEW 

INTERVIEWS

  • The Week – December 2020. Read.
  • The Juggernaut — June 2019. Read. [Paywall]
  • Strange Horizons — May 2018. Read.
  • Samovar — January 2018. Read.
  • GQ India — September 2017. Read.
  • Gwendolyn Kiste — July 24, 2017. Read.
  • New Myths — March 18, 2017. Read.
  • Hindustan Times — January 15, 2017. Read.
  • Juggernaut — June 30, 2016. Read.

POETRY

  • “After Star Trek: Inner Light” — Forthcoming in Little Blue Marble. 2022.
  • “Aazadi, or Camp No. 786” — Forthcoming in the Anarchist Poetry Project. 2022.
  • “The Valley of Kings” — Star*Line. Spring 2022. Editor’s Choice. Read.
  • “A Personal Index of Our Times” — Strange Horizons. January 2022. Read. Review.
  • “This Extraordinary Being” — Patreon. December 2019. Read.
  • “A Quantum Theory of Starvation” — Undead: A Poetry Anthology of Ghouls, Ghosts, and More. Apex Publications. 2018. Amazon.
  • “A Bonsai From Kyushu,” ETTT. April 2018. Read.
  • “The City Was Missing” — Star*Line. Winter 2018. Read.
  • “Rajiv Chowk Metro Station,” “Khas Pidgin” & “Foreign Tongue” — December 2017. Coldnoon. Read poetry (text / pdf) / introduction.
  • “After Stonehenge” / “स्टोनहेन्ज पछि” — Samovar. September 2017. Read.
  • “Vacation Checklist”  — Asimov’s Science Fiction. July/August 2017. Goodreads.
  • “A Fourteen-line Poem on Separation” — Star*Line. Spring 2017.
  • “Which species of bird is a drone?” — New Myths. March 2017. Read poem / interview.
  • “Field Notes” — Strange Horizons. January 2017. Read.
  • “Channel Earth” — Star*Line. Summer 2016.
  • “How to Appropriate Exotica” — Vayavya. April 2016. Read.
  • “Fists of Hope” — India Resists. March 2016. Read.
  • “Love Particles” — Eye To The Telescope. January 2016. Read.
  • “The Last Scan” — Strange Horizons. April 2015. Read.
  • “Straw-fitted Elephants” — Strange Horizons. June 2014. Read.

FICTION

  • “The Architecture of Loss” – Forthcoming in Kalicalypse: an Anthology of Science Fiction from the Subcontinent. Future Fiction, Italy. 2022.
  • “Shambhala” – Reprint. The Gollancz Anthology of South Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy (Vol II). Hachette India. August 2021.
  • “Rhinos Don’t Go to School” —  Guftugu. January 2018. Read.
  • “Zig’s Boars: The Anime Show” —  Amazon. June 2017. ReadPurchase.
  • “Fravashi” — Among the top-scoring stories in Kumaon Literary Festival’s Fellows of Nature (FON) South Asia Short Story Contest, 2016.
  • “Shambhala” — Juggernaut. June 2016. See interview (pdf) / excerpt.
  • “Lakhen and Dragonflies” — La.lit. May 2016. Read. In 2018, this story appeared in a course syllabus at SOAS University in London.

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Why Greg Egan Is Science Fiction’s Next Superstar — Tor.com. April 2020. Read.
  • “Elemental Haiku” by Mary Soon Lee — Strange Horizons. February 2020. Read.
  • “Welcome to Dystopia” edited by Gordon Van Gelder — Strange Horizons. March 2019. Read.
  • “Dogs of War” by Adrian Tchaikovsky — Strange Horizons. May 2018. Read.
  • “The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O” by Neal Stephenson & Nicole Galland — Strange Horizons. February 2018. Read.
  • “The Assimilated Cuban’s Guide to Quantum Santeria” by Carlos Hernandez — Strange Horizons. May 2017. Read.
  • “Dreams from Beyond: Anthology of Czech Speculative Fiction” — Strange Horizons. May 2017. Read.
  • “Simultaneous Worlds: Global Science Fiction Cinema” — Strange Horizons. August 2016. Read.
  • “The Apex Book of World SF 4” — Strange Horizons. December 2015. Read.
  • “The Devourers” by Indra Das — Strange Horizons.  August 2015. Read.

FILM REVIEWS

  • “Tumbbad” Strange Horizons. November 2018. Read.
  • “Ten Short Science Fiction Films”— MFC. April 2014. Read.
  • “The Capra Hyperbole: One Man, One Film” — MFC. January 2012. Read.

ARTICLES

  • Unmaking the Post-Truth World With Global SF — Locus Magazine. May 2017. Read.
  • On the Challenges of Reading, Writing and Publishing Science Fiction and Fantasy in South Asia — Strange Horizons. June 2016. Read introduction / column.
  • Notes on Indian Science Fiction: The Parallel Worlds of Jayant Narlikar and Vandana Singh — Mithila Review, May 2016. Read. Cited in Indian Science Fiction: Patterns, History and Hybridity (New Dimensions in Science Fiction) – 15 October 2020 by Suparno Banerjee. University of Wales Press. Read.
  • The Quest for Dignity and Justice in Speculative Fiction — Mithila Review, February 2016. Read.
  • Cinema, Citizenship and the Promise of the Internet — OpenDemocracy. February 2012. Read.

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

  • Asian Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: A Round Table Discussion With Aliette de Bodard, Alyssa Wong, Isabel Yap, John Chu, JY Yang & Priya Sharma — Mithila Review, July/August 2016. Read.
  • Latin American Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: A Round Table Discussion With Carlos Hernandez, David Bowles, Ernest Hogan, Sabrina Vourvoulias, Silvia Moreno-Garcia & William Alexander — Mithila Review, March 2017. Read.
  • Quo Vadis, Czech Speculative Fiction? A Round Table Discussion With Jaroslav Mostecký, Vlado Ríša, Martin Šust & Julie Novakova — Editor, Mithila Review, March 2017. Read.

IN CONVERSATION / INTERVIEWS

  • Cixin Liu — Mithila Review, March 2017. Read.
  • Lavie Tidhar — Mithila Review, July/August 2016. Read.
  • Glen Hirshberg — Mithila Review, July/August 2016. Read.
  • Mary Anne Mohanraj — Mithila Review, July/August 2016. Read.
  • Mark James Russell — Mithila Review, July/August 2016. Read.
  • Kij Johnson — Mithila Review, April 2016. Read.
  • Indra Das — Mithila Review, April 2016. Read.
  • Arkady Martine — Mithila Review, April 2016. Read.
  • Kelly Robson — Mithila Review, February 2016. Read.
  • Usman T. Malik — Mithila Review, February 2016. Read.
  • Ken Liu — Mithila Review, February 2016. Read.

OP-ED COMMENTARIES

  • Why Sikhs Rushed to the Aid of Rohingya Muslim Refugees — DailyO, September 15, 2017. Read.

BOOKS

CITATIONS

  • Notes on Indian Science Fiction: The Parallel Worlds of Jayant Narlikar and Vandana Singh — Mithila Review, May 2016. Read. Cited in Indian Science Fiction: Patterns, History and Hybridity (New Dimensions in Science Fiction) by Suparno Banerjee, 15 October, 2020. University of Wales Press. Read.