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These speculative short stories imagine what seems impossible in an age of greed and climate change
In ‘Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories’, Vandana Singh demonstrates the power of storytelling and upends the tropes of science fiction.
· Sep 16, 2018 · 07:00 am
Speculative fiction: A werewolf in modern Calcutta – and in Mughal India
In the 17th century, Cyrah meets a man who tells her a monster, and in present-day Calcutta, college professor Alok Mukherjee meets a man who tells him the same thing.
· Apr 25, 2015 · 08:45 am