Non-Fiction

ACADEMIC WRITINGS

List of academic writings appearing in books and journals:

Remembering Bhangashvana: Towards an Inclusive, Fluid Construction of Gender and Sexual Identities in Commercial Hindi Cinema

Diana Dimitrova (ed.)

The Other in South Asian Religion, Literature and Film

(December 2013)
Evolving Modernities: Formation of the Urban Imagination in Hindi Cinema

Karen McNally (ed.)

Billy Wilder, Movie Maker: Critical Essays on the Films

(Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011)
From Kurukshetra to Ramarajya: A Comparative Analysis of the Star Personas of Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan

Diana Dimitrova (ed.)

Religion in Literature and Film in South Asia

(New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)
The Road to Rāmarājya: Analysing Shah Rukh Khan’s Parallel Text in Commercial Cinema

BELLS: Barcelona English Language and Literature Studies, Vol. 17

(2008)
Writing Against History: Seizing Subjecthood for the Aborigine Narrative

Sue Ryan-Fazilleau (ed.)

New Zealand & Australia: Narrative, History, Representation

(London: Kakapo Books, Centre for New Zealand Studies and Birkbeck, University of London, 2008)
Defining the Self, Not the Other: Development of a Non-Pakistan-Centric Post-Globalization National Identity in Hindi Cinema 1996-2006

Meenakshi Bharat and Nirmal Kumar (eds)

Filming the Line of Control: The India-Pakistan Connection in Hindi Films

(New Delhi & London: Routledge, 2008)
Review of Gender and Caste in the Anglophone-Indian Novels of Arundhati Roy and Githa Hariharan: Feminist Issues in Cross-Cultural Perspectives

Antonia Navarro-Tejero

Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Vol. 32, No. 3, Spring

(2007)
Writing in My Own Foreign Language: Dilemmas of an Indian Writer in English

Madelena Gonzalez and Francine Tolron (eds)

Translating Identity and the Identity of Translation

(Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006)
Mi Cine – El Bollywood: Rasas y Maya, Conceptos Milenarios en la Actualidad

Papeles de la India, Vol. 32, No. 2

(New Delhi: Indian Council for Cultural Relations, 2005)
La Industria Cultural en la India Actual

D-CIDOB, Vol. 94

(2005)

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Citations of work:


De Bruin, Thomas

Reading and Q & A on Sunny Singh’s Short Story - A Cup Full of Jasmine Oil

Orientalia Suecana, Vol 60

(Uppsala: Uppsala Universitat, 2012)
Agarwal, N.

The Author as a Citizen of the Global Village: An Interview with Sunny Singh

Alessandro Monti (ed.)

Connecting to India

(Alessandria, Italy: Edizioni dell’Orso and Dipartamento di Orientalistica dell’Universita degli Studi di Torino, 2009)
Padiya, C.

Feminism, Tradition and Modernity

(Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2008)
Sarangi, J.

An Interview with Sunny Singh

T. Sai Chandra Mouli and Jaydeep Sarangi (eds)

Indian Women’s Writings in English

(New Delhi: Gnosis, 2007)

Narayan, S. A.

India: a Review of Indian Fiction

Journal of Commonwealth Literature, Vol. 42, No. 4

(December 2007)
Rollason, C.

Chronicle of a Sati Foretold: Sunny Singh’s With Krishna’s Eyes and Indian Gothic

Reflections, Vol. V, Nos. 1-2

(2006)
Singh, KH. K.

Indian English Women Novelists at the Millennium End: A Critical Survey

Mohit K. Ray and Rama Kundu (eds)

Studies in Women Writers in English

(New Delhi: Atlantic, 2005)
Singh, A.

Reinventing Mythical Women: Sunny Singh’s Nani’s Book of Suicides

Indian English Novel in the Nineties and After: A Study of One Text and its Context

(New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers, 2004)
Choudhary, M.K.

New Generation, Indian English Novel

Sheobhan Shukla and Anu Shukla (eds)

Indian English Novel in the Nineties

(New Delhi: Indian Association for Studies in Contemporary Literature/Sarup, 2002)
Parameswaran, U.

Age, Same Rage: Debates Over Indian-English Writings

Rajeshwar Mittapalli and Pier Paolo Piciucco (eds)

Studies in Indian Writing in English

(New Delhi: Atlantic, 2001)

ESSAYS

List of essays appearing in books, publications and online:

link: End Of Necro-Capitalism (But Not Necessarily Capitalism)

(November 2017)
A Very British Blinding

(November 2017)
In Praise of the Delinquent Hero or How Hollywood Creates Terrorists

James Atlas (ed.)

How They See Us: Meditations on America

(New York: Atlas, 2009)
Sobre Santas y Guerreras in Context: Asia Pacific Edition

PEN International Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 2, Autumn/Winter

(2009)
Fear of Meeting Mr. Right

Jane Ganahl (ed.)

Single Woman of a Certain Age: Romantic Escapades, Shifting Shapes, and Serene Independence

(Maui and San Francisco: Inner Ocean Publishing, 2006)
False Truth (A Tanslation of an Extract from Jhootha Sach: Desh ka Bhavishya, Vol. II by Yashpal)

Khushwant Singh (ed.)

City Improbable: An Anthology of Writings on Delhi

(New Delhi: Penguin 2001)