Vandana Singh was born and raised in New Delhi, India. She acquired a passion for inventing her own myths around the age of eleven, and obtained a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics in her twenties. She now teaches physics at a small state university near Boston, and obsesses over everything from human nature to climate change to creative pedagogies. Her short stories have appeared most recently in The Other Half of the Sky (ed. Athena Andreadis) and Solaris Rising 2 (ed. Ian Whates), and several have been reprinted in best-of-year anthologies.

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Vandana Singh has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Infinities

REPRINT FICTION by Vandana Singh in Issue 89 – February 2014

An equation means nothing to me unless it expresses a thought of God. —Srinivasa Ramanujan, Indian mathematician (1887-1920) Abdul Karim is his name. He is a small, thin man, precise to the point of affectation in his appearance and manner. He walks very straight; there is gray in his hair and in his short, pointed […]

Cry of the Kharchal

FICTION by Vandana Singh in Issue 83 – August 2013

She was no more than a breath, a tongue of air, tasting, sensing, divining. She swept through the hotel ramparts like the subtlest of breezes. She had done it: made time stand still. Her people, so scattered now, so weak, had helped her draw the power from the sandstorm, turning its energy against itself so […]
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