Tag Archives: Signal Red

Prizes to Win!!!!

No, this is not a spam post. I have a stats plugin on this site, so I can see how many visits I receive and how I get traffic. My plugin tells me that I have an average of 0.24 … Continue reading

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Mela: Edinburgh 2

Now let me write about the fair and our readings. I know that Calcuttans who read an account of the ‘Edinburgh Book Fair’ will have a vision of a vast collections of tents where people browse and buy books, but … Continue reading

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Srijan: A Cloudburst of Prose

I will be reading today along with many other writers at the Srijan rooftop, 120 Lenin Sarani, from 6pm. srijan2000ATgmail.com

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Signal Red reviewed

‘The Culture of Surveillance’ By Sayantan Dasgupta 8th Day (The Sunday Statesman Magazine), 3 July 2005 Gopal Chandran is a scientist. He works for a defence research organisation tucked away in one corner of India. He has been researching Signal … Continue reading

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Believability?

Have been thinking about my next book, which will be hardcore techno sci fi, set at least 300 years in the future. Started some of the research for this. But since the Signal Red days, I’ve learned not to get … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Signal Red

Here’s a short passage from chapter 4 of my novel Signal Red (published by Penguin in 2005). Vidura is Mrs Gopal Chandran, born in Kenya and brought up in London, now living on the campus of CARD, the Centre for … Continue reading

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