and Delhi, 2005
“The Simoqin Prophecies”, a science fiction book by 25-year-old Samit Basu, has been translated into Swedish and German. Another sword-and-sorcery saga inspired by the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, has sold French and Bulgarian rights.
oohhh! CONGRATS!!! wow!!! but i noticed they’re calling rana dasgupta indian. he isn’t, is he? i thought he was british…
Congratulations! This is great.
Have just been reading kabyo kobolito and am again being visited by poetic inspiration, but will refrain. Destiny to bujhlam ebong khub khushi holam ityadi, kintu aar kotodin nijeke 25 bole chalabe, shona?
exactly, ur going nearer to the pre-dadu age…..stop lying or resort to cosmetic surgery. pronto! but good to have a clear destiny.
What happened at Sarai today?
@samit : Keep it up, baby, keep it high up!
(almost finished reading your book and am delighted to say t’was goodt’was good 🙂
ohh yes and i forgot to mentionSTEEEEEEEEL BUNZ PWNAAAAAGE
Ok am I the only one who noticed that Ashok Banker’s name was the only one not mentioned , though a host of others were, even though his work was… whats up with that? some one press the delete button?! 😉
bagchi… what to do, i AM 25, no? call me if you need help with the math.
rimi, tm, sr, ui: thanks
gypsynan: yeah, noticed that. assure you i have nothing to do with it.
nicely done, sir.
and hey, stop razzing on the poor guy for being 25 for 5 years. cos in that picture he looks about 11.
Congratulations! Great going.
@abhimanyu – you’re right, he looks younger than me!
i’ve always kinda wondered how you write ‘samit’ in bangla.
donto-shaw na talobyo-shaw?
hroshyo-ee na deergo-ee?
i love love LOVE the new link list!*gushing all over*
and congratulations, too 🙂
abhimanyu: i was 22, but i felt 11 quite often. things change – i was told by ani recently that i now look ‘positively middle-aged’
mandy: talobyo-shaw. hroshyo-ee
teleute: thank you v.v. much.
can’t get over the fact that you looked even more bachcha-type in london 😀 Congratulations, world domination beckons…and did you see the chinese clones of stoob and you?
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