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|Born||New Delhi, India|
|Occupation||Author, Particle physics professor|
|Genre||Fantasy, Science fiction, Children's Literature|
|Notable works||"Delhi", "The Wife", Younguncle Comes to Town|
- The Woman Who Thought She Was A Planet and other stories (ISBN 9788189884048) includes two previously unpublished stories: "Conservation Laws" and "Infinities" (March 2009)
- "The Room on the Roof" in the anthology Polyphony (September 2002)
- "The Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet" in the anthology Trampoline (August 2003)
- "The Wife" in the anthology Polyphony (Volume 3)
- Collected in Year's Best Fantasy and Horror (17)
- "Three Tales from Sky River: Myths for a Starfaring Age" in Strange Horizons (2004)
- "Delhi" in the anthology So Long Been Dreaming (May 2004)
- collected in Year's Best Science Fiction (22)
- "Thirst" in The 3rd Alternative (Winter 2004)
- Longlisted for the British Fantasy Award
- Honorable mention for Year's Best Science Fiction (22) and Year's Best Fantasy and Horror (18)
- Collected in the anthology The Inner Line: Stories by Indian Women
- "The Tetrahedron" in Internova (2005)
- Shortlisted for the Carl Brandon Parallax Award
- Honorable mention in Year's Best Science Fiction (23)
- "The Sign in the Window" in the chapbook series Rabid Transit (May 2005)
- "Hunger" in the anthology Interfictions (April 2007)
- "Life-pod" in Foundation - The International Review of Science Fiction (August 2007)
- "Of Love and Other Monsters," a novella published in the Aqueduct Press's Conversation Pieces Series (October 2007)
- "Oblivion: A Journey" in the anthology Clockwork Phoenix (Summer 2008)
- collected in Year's Best SF 14
- Younguncle Comes to Town (March 2004)
- Younguncle in the Himalayas
- "A Portrait of the Artist" in Strange Horizons (2003)
- 2nd place in 2004 Rhysling Prize for speculative poetry (long poem category)
- "Syllables of Old Lore" in the anthology Mythic (2006)
- "The Choices of Leaves" in the anthology Mythic (2006)
- "Younguncle comes to town". The Hindu. 2005-01-07. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- "First Look: Literature". Tehelka. 2007-12-15. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- "In the Himalayas". The Hindu. 2005-08-26. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- "Fantasy seeker". The Hindu. 2005-02-13. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- "Normal, boring". The Telegraph. 2008-01-02. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- "In cyber world". The Hindu. 2008-02-22. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- "Notes on Indian Science Fiction: The Parallel Worlds of Jayant Narlikar and Vandana Singh". Mithila Review. 2016-05-04. Retrieved 2016-11-20.
- Official Website
- Vandana Singh at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- An Interview with Vandana Singh by Geoffrey H. Goodwin at Bookslut
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