Ranbir Sidhu

Ranbir Sidhu’s new novel Dark Star will be published in the fall. His books include Deep Singh Blue and Good Indian Girls. He is a winner of a Pushcart Prize among other awards and his work appears in Conjunctions, The Georgia Review, Fence, Zyzzyva, The Missouri Review, Other Voices, The Happy Hypocrite, The Literary Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Vice and Salon.

“A New Way of Spelling Athens”: a survey of contemporary Greek short fiction

Woof, Woof, Dear Lord by Sotiris Domitriou (trans. Leo Marshall). Kedros, 1995. Something Will Happen, You’ll See by Christos Ikonomou (trans. Karen Emmerich). Archepelago Books, 2016. Good Friday Vigil by Yorgos Ioannou (trans. Patrick Mackridge and Jackie Wilcox). Kedros, 1995. I’d Like by Amanda Michalopoulou (trans. Karen Emmerich). Dalkey Archive Press, 2008. On My Aunt’s …

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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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