the big sky library of asian speculative fiction

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z

authors featured in the Big Sky Library

Anthology: New Horizons: The Gollancz Book of South Asian Science

Fiction

Editor: Tarun K. Saint

Language: English

(placeholder)
(placeholder)

Bibliographic comments:

(placeholder)

New Horizons: The Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction

Tarun K. Saint, ed.

2021

Library edition: June 2021, 1st edition, 1st printing

Gollancz

ISBN 978-1-4732-2868-9

B-format paperback, xli+375 pages

£9.99

Notes:

  •  'Foreword: Spice-ship to Infinity' by Manjula Padmanabhan; 'Introduction: SF Matters: South Asian Futures to Come'

     by Tarun K. Saint.

  •  'Planet of Terror', 'The Dream' and 'Why the War Ended' translated from the Bengali by Arunava Sinha.

  •  'Inspector Matadeen on the Moon' translated from the Hindi by C. M. Naim.

  •  'Stealing the Sea' translated from the Urdu by Syed Saeed Naqvi.

  •  'The Twenty-Second Century' translated from the Hindi by Maya Joshi (excerpts from Baisvin Sadi).

  •  UK re-issue of The Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction.

Fiction: Adrish Bardhan, Planet of Terror  //  Harishankar Parsai, Inspector Matadeen on the Moon  //  Asif Aslam

Farrukhi, Stealing the Sea  //  Mimi Mondal, The Sea Sings at Night  //  Rahul Sankrityayan, The Twenty-Second

Century  //  Anil Menon, Shit Flower  //  Shovon Chakraborty, The Man Who Turned Into Ghandi  //  Tarun K. Saint,

A Visit to Partition World  //  Priya Sarukkai Chabria, Dreaming of the Cool Green River  //  Clark Prasad,

Mirror-Rorrim  //  Manjula Padmanabhan, Flexi-Time  //  Payal Dhar, The Other Side  //  Sami Ahmad Khan, 15004  

//  Premendra Mitra, Why the War Ended  //  Chandrashekhar Sastry, The Beneficient Brahma  //  Giti Chandra, The

Goddess Project  //  Mohammad Salman, The Last Tiger  //  Rimi B. Chatterjee, A Night with the Joking Clown  //  

Muhammed Zafar Iqbal, The Dream  //  Rukmini Bhaya Nair, Anandna  //  Nur Nasreen Ibrahim, We Were Never

Here  //  Keki N. Daruwalla, The Narrative of Naushirwan Shavaksha Sheikh Chilli  //  S. B. Divya, Looking Up  //  

Vandana Singh, Reunion

Poetry: Somendra Singh Kharola, Chernobyl  //  Kaiser Haq, Seventy Years After Seventy Years After Partition  //  

Sumita Sharma, Moksha  //  Arjun Rajendran, Were It Not For

Amazon UK

Apple Books

Goodreads

ISFDB