ANIL MENON‘s short fiction has appeared in a variety of magazines including Interzone, Interfictions, Strange Horizons, Jaggery Lit Review and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. His short stories have been translated into Hindi, Tamil, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hebrew and Romanian. His debut novel The Beast With Nine Billion Feet (Zubaan Books, 2010) was short-listed for the 2010 Vodafone-Crossword award and the Carl Brandon Society’s 2011 Parallax Award. Along with Vandana Singh, he co-edited Breaking the Bow (Zubaan Books 2012), an international anthology of speculative fiction inspired by the Ramayana epic. His most recent work is the novel Half Of What I Say (Bloomsbury, 2015), described by Biblio.in as a “paradigm changer”, is currently short-listed for the Hindu Literary Prize 2016.