Ranbir Sidhu

Ranbir Sidhu is the author of the novel Deep Singh Blue, the story collection Good Indian Girls, and the novella Object Lessons (in 12 Sides w/Afterglow). He is a winner of a Pushcart Prize and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and his fiction and essays appear in Conjunctions, The Georgia Review, Fence, Zyzzyva, The Missouri Review, Other Voices, The Happy Hypocrite, The Literary Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Vice and Salon. Find him at ranbirsidhu.com or on Twitter at @ssranbir.

Goodbye, Iconoclasts

I got into a minor Twitter spat with a prominent author the other day, and rather than continue to argue his point, he blocked me. I’d called him out on a particularly egregious tweet, pure unfounded innuendo and fear-mongering around the new Covid variant, casting all governments and corporations as evil and everything wrapped up …

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