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My speculative novel was rejected in New York before the pandemic. Will things change now?
A writer asks whether international publishers will look for books beyond the clichés from India after Covid-19 withdraws.
· Jul 28, 2020 · 08:30 am
‘The analog world is terrible...They’re forced to talk to each other in person every single day’
An excerpt from ‘Analog / Virtual And Other Simulations Of Your Future’ by Lavanya Lakshminarayan.
· Mar 10, 2020 · 05:30 pm