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The Indian Express: Process is the art: Why, as writers, we are protesting OpenAI Publishing and the Pandemic Series: Where does speculative fiction go from here? Why is there so little time travel in Indian fiction writing in English?

Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy: Multilingual tongues in an English voice

The Curious Reader: Two-toned cloth: Separating language and story

Verve Magazine: The importance of being unpopular: The Quiller series You're prepared for the agonised writing of the first book, but no one warns you about the second 

The Curious Reader: An axis of innumerable narrations: LOTR's influence on modern fantasy 


Helter Skelter: Time and Space and a Complicated Place by Nirica Srinivasan 

Interzone Pod: Podcast episode 020: Tashan Mehta

Frontlist: Interview with Tashan Mehta, author of 'Mad Sisters of Esi'

The Hindu: 'My book is a love letter to our wildness' | Tashan Mehta on her new fantasy novel 'Mad Sisters of Esi' by Radhika Santhanam 

HarperBroadcast: Between the Lines with Tashan Mehta by Kartik Chauhan

Platform Magazine: Sisters and desires in the world of Tashan Mehta by Paridhi Badgotri 

Arcx: Podcast season 2, episode 2: Tashan Mehta

A Sound Approach: Podcast episode 9: Separating art from ego, with Tashan Mehta

Books and Beyond: Podcast episode 4: Fly into fantastical worlds

Strange Horizons: Remaking the difference: A discussion about Indian speculative fiction

Platform Magazine: Interview on The Liar's Weave by Soumya Mukerji



Locus Magazine: 2023 Recommended Reading List

Strange Horizons: 2023 in review

The Portalist: 10 of the best science fiction and fantasy novels of 2023 by Archita Mittra

Armaan's Substack: What appears story-less is only unknown: Thoughts sprung by 'Mad Sisters of Esi,' a 'House of Many Doors' and 'O Captain!' by Armaan Babu

The Book Geeks: Best Indian fantasy novels: Unveiling the crème de la crème of 2023 by Sankalpita Singh

Journal of Commonwealth Literature: The "in-betweens" and the "hatadaiva": Oscillating, fantastical realities in Tashan Mehta's The Liar's Weave by E Dawson Varughese

Factor Daily: The fabulous women writers who've enlivened – and are enriching – India SF

The Curious Reader: 10 Indian fantasy fiction and sci-fi novels you should read

SheThePeople: Debutante writers who made a mark in 2017

Indian Express: Five books to look forward to in June 2017

Hindustan Times: The most interesting books of the week

Caravan Magazine: Alternate realities: Searching for Hogwarts in India by Achala Upendran

Factor Daily: 'We winning the war': A Q&A with Adam Roberts by Gautam Shenoy

WIRED: Samit Basu on science fiction in India by Bruce Sterling [full interview by Gautham Shenoy in Factor Daily]

GQ India: The unbelievable meteoric rise of Indian SFF by Tej Haldule

The Juggernaut: Browning the Future by Amar Diwakar

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