Over the course of almost 30 years of his writing career, Ted Chiang has come to be acknowledged as a …
Ken Liu wears many hats. A lawyer and a programmer, he’s more widely known as an SF writer who’s won …
Pulling their own strings: India’s first all-female feminist SF anthology is a celebration of feminine strength
‘May we never be held hostage by old narratives…’. This quote — from writer and artist Amruta Patil’s Manifesto of …
Explore pessimistic possibilities and hopeful futures in four hard-hitting tales of our present moment.
A great, not-imaginary comic about an imaginary computer: The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage
A look at Sydney Padua’s graphic novel about the (mostly) true story of the first computer.
When I first read this Michael Swanwick classic, it was as a Fantasy Masterworks edition. But if you’re looking for …
Just when you think the genre wars are over, they aren’t. Genre snobbery is alive and well.
A quick look at the SF/F exploits of Spock’s ancestor, the greatest detective of all time.
Move over werewolves, there’s a new beast in town.
Strange Worlds! Strange Times!: An Indian Science Fiction anthology for adults (young, old and in-between)
There’s more to what makes a story ‘Indian’ than the fact that it’s set in India or that it has …
Science Fiction Prototyping, and designing the future with science fiction.
Gollancz comes to India with its first-ever SF anthology for the region.
Indian SF literature, yes it exists (surprise!). It has a rich past, but does it have a future?
Life is beautiful and life is stupid. And in space, everyone can hear you sing.
Perhaps, it’s time to take a break from reading bleak visions of the future and give dystopian literature a rest.