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Indian SFWorld take note - there is a new magazine, publishing (preferentially) Indian Speculative Fiction (SF and Fantasy). It is published by Geetanjali Dighe, and available for free (for the time being) in pdf, mobi, and epub formats.

The first issue contains stories by Kat Otis, Ken Liu, Ram V, and Lavanya Karthik; plus interviews, book reviews, and digital art - what's not to like!

I'm not done reading yet, but am rather impressed with what I have seen so far; I can already recommend the story by Ken Liu, which tells a rather harrowing tale set in a post-singularity world.

The magazine can be found here - I would suggest you also have a look at the book shop; much of interest but less frequently seen here in Europe is on there!

 

Peter Watts – Maelstrom

 

Tricia Sullivan – Occupy Me

 

Iain Sinclair - Radon Daughters

 

Doris Lessing - Shikasta

 

Thomas Pynchon – Gravity’s Rainbow

 

Sydney Padua - The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage

 

Peter Watts - Blindsight


Andy Weir - The Martian

 

Doris Lessing – The Sirian Experiments

 

Ken MacLeod - Cosmonaut Keep

 

Liz Williams - Empire of Bones

 

Thomas Pynchon - Slow Learner

 

Charles Stross - The Atrocity Archives

 

S.P. Somtow – I Wake from a Dream of a Drowned Star City

 

Lavie Tidhar - Central Station

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