The City of Broken Saints”
“Headbutt UK”
Kathmandu Oracle”
“Goodbye, Iconoclasts”
Ranbir Sidhu’s novel Dark Star will be released later this year. His books include Deep Singh Blue (2016), Good Indian Girls (2012), Object Lessons (in 12 Sides w/Afterglow) (2016), Hacking Trump A Writer Remembers (2018), and a chapbook The Fabulary (1997). He is a winner of the Pushcart Prize and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, among other awards.
Photo: Orestis Dikaios
His essay, “The Indian Wedding that Exploded in Violence,” was selected as one of the Notable Essays in Best American Essays 2016, edited by Jonathan Franzen. His novel Dark Star was a shortlist finalist for the 2021 Dzanc Prize for Fiction. He is the author of several full-length plays, including True East…, Sangeet, and Conquistadors, and has been awarded residencies by the Edward F. Albee Foundation, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Villa Montalvo.
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