All Our Worlds: Diverse Fantastic Fiction

Search by tags or by text

1 book by Vandana Singh

Cover Title and Author Summary (Scroll) Reasons (Scroll) Tags Date Audience

The Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet
by Vandana Singh
Well known and well regarded in the world of science fiction and fantasy writing, Vandana Singh brings her unique imagination to a wider audience in this collection of stories, newly reissued by Zubaan Books. In the title story, a woman tells her husband of her curious discovery: that she is inhabited by small alien creatures. In another, a young girl making her way to college through the streets of Delhi comes across a mysterious tetrahedron. Is it a spaceship? Or a secret weapon? The first Indian female speculative fiction writer, Singh has said that her genre is a ďchance to find ourselves part of a larger whole; to step out of the claustrophobia of the exclusively human and discover joy, terror, wonder, and meaning in the greater universe.Ē A revolutionary voice in fantasy writing, Singh brings her passion for discovery to these stories, and the result is like nothing of this world.
Indian author and diverse charaters
race, setting, , race South Asian 2009 Adult

Any of the selected tags
All of the selected tags

Content Tags (Hover for details)
Bugs are always possible. If something seems wrong, report it on the Contact page.
gay lesbian
bisexual asexual
transgender nonbinary
genderqueer race
setting queered culture
multiple culture all-female
disability poly
pronouns class
intersex aromantic

You must choose at least one tag

Display Race, Setting, and Culture Subtags
Display Disability Subtags



Book Type
Books Anthologies Comics

You must choose at least one book type


Genre
Fantasy Science Fiction Superhero Mixed Genre

You must choose at least one genre


Audience
YA Adult Middle Grade

You must choose at least one audience option


Other
Exclude out-of-print books
For series, only display first book