Issue 89 – February 2014

Podcast, Reprint



Our fourth piece of audio fiction for February is “Infinities” written by Vandana Singh and read by Kate Baker.

Originally published in Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet and Other Stories by Vandana Singh, 2009.

Author profile

Vandana Singh is a writer of speculative fiction and a professor of physics and environment at Framingham State University, a small public institution near Boston. Her critically acclaimed short stories have been reprinted in numerous best-of-year anthologies and her collection, Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories (Small Beer Press and Zubaan, 2018) was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick award. Her most recent work is a short collection of essays and stories, Utopias of the Third Kind (PM Press 2022). Vandana’s academic background is in particle physics, but for over a decade she has been working on a transdisciplinary, justice-centered re-conceptualization of the climate crisis, at the intersection of science, economics, sociology, philosophy, history, and futures studies.

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