A World Without Hospitals

A World Without Hospitals

In an ideal world, everybody will be healthy. There will be no need for a doctor in a future world where bodies can be replaced, limbs and organs regenerated. Where every home, every transport vessel is equipped with AI medical bots and sickbays, there is no requirement for a hospital—every home, every vehicle can serve as hospitals in case of emergencies. While the Star Trek future is still far, we are on the verge of a medical, biotechnological revolution right now.

This Extraordinary Being

This Extraordinary Being

The best of science fiction and fantasy is a balm to our wounded soul — our dream to reach the stars, become a caring and responsible star-faring civilization. And it wouldn’t be possible for me to indulge in this fantastic endeavor without your generous contribution and support.

Editorial: An Interlude

Editorial: An Interlude

Purchase this issue: Gumroad | Amazon The 10th issue of Mithila Review comes to you after a long interlude. The word “interlude,” however, doesn’t quite do justice to the time between our last issue and this one. “Interlude” suggests a notion of passiveness — the idea...
Why another WOC Special?

Why another WOC Special?

“Narrative is frightening and staggeringly powerful, and those who control the narrative control what the world sees.” – Cassandra Khaw Growing up in the UK as an immigrant and a POC during the noughties, your cultural references for speculative arts were...