Sohrab Homi Fracis
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FOLIO's Cover Story on
: "A Place to Be"
The Brooklyn Rail's review: "Exile on Main Street"
Singapore Poetry's review: "New Contact Lenses"
Red Dirt Report's review of
now available on AMAZON
on Amazon India
available on Barnes&Noble.com
Knut House Press web page for the novel
Sohrab reads the opening of "Rabbit's Foot," eerily prescient of the shooting of Tamir Rice years later, at Orlando's There Will Be Words.
Sohrab's work, new and old, featured in "Universal Truths," Folio Weekly's inaugural Let There Be Lit column by Tim Gilmore.
Sohrab reads another episode from "Rabbit's Foot" on audio e-zine EAT
Pushcart-nominated novel excerpt, "Distant Vision," republished by Gainesville e-zine writecorner.com
"A Talk with Sohrab Homi Fracis," by Bill Ectric, Literary Kicks.
"Cultural Dichotomies: What's An Indian Living In America To Do? Or Think? Or Feel?" by Carmela Ciuraru, The Hartford Courant.
"Human Frailties," by Michelle Reale, India Currents
"A Rich Exploration of Two Cultures," by Ann Hyman, The Florida Times-Union
The legendary Iowa Writers' Workshop juries the Iowa Short Fiction Award
"Sensibility in 'Ticket to Minto,'" Robert B. Gentry, Writecorner Press
Mitteldeutscher Press web page for Fahrschein bis Minto, German translation by Thomas Loschner.
Barnes & Noble Web-page
Books-a-Million web page.
University of Iowa Press Web-Page
Indialog Publications Web-Page
Amazon.com of UK Web Page
Amazon.com of Germany Web Page
Amazon.com of Japan Web Page
A timely new novel.
Fahrschein bis Minto: Erzahlungen aus Indien und Amerika
German translation by Thomas Loschner, 2006, Mitteldeutscher Verlag/Press.
Ticket to Minto: Stories of India and America (2001 Iowa Short Fiction Award)
2001 Iowa Short Fiction Award
Ticket to Minto: Stories of India and America (Indian Edition, 2002)
Indian Edition, 2002