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Shukla, Nikesh

Overview
Works: 12 works in 44 publications in 1 language and 844 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Domestic fiction  Humorous fiction  Essays  Juvenile works  Detective and mystery fiction  Fantasy fiction  Short stories 
Roles: Author, Editor
Classifications: PR6119.H85, 823.92
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Nikesh Shukla
Meatspace by Nikesh Shukla( Book )

7 editions published between 1950 and 2015 in English and held by 302 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Meatspace is the world of flesh and blood where you're physically present; it's the opposite of cyberspace. Kitab and Aziz are brothers living together in London who are as fully plugged in to the grid as it's possible to be. They obsessively check and update their many channels of connection, are slaves to the hourly updates, and are unable to last an entire conversation without checking their phones for texts, emails and Tweets. Then Aziz leaves for New York to find his online doppelganger, and "Kitab 2" shows up on the doorstep. Can Kitab live up to his online persona?
The good immigrant by Nikesh Shukla( Book )

17 editions published between 2016 and 2019 in English and held by 255 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"21 writers explore what it means to be black, Asian & minority ethnic in Britain today."--Jacket
Coconut unlimited by Nikesh Shukla( Book )

4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 100 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Coconut Unlimited' follows the adventures of three hapless, hip-hop obsessed Asian boys in an all-white private school. It is the debut novel from London-based writer and performance poet Nikesh Shukla
The one who wrote destiny by Nikesh Shukla( Book )

5 editions published between 2018 and 2019 in English and held by 85 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Mukesh has just moved from Kenya to the drizzly northern town of Keighley. He was expecting fame, fortune, the Rolling Stones and a nice girl, not poverty, loneliness and racism. Still, he might not have found Keith Richards, but he did find the girl. Neha is dying. Lung cancer, a genetic gift from her mother and an invocation to forge a better relationship with her brother and her widowed father before it's too late. The problem is, her brother is an unfunny comedian and her idiot father is a first-generation immigrant who moved to Keighley of all places. Rakesh is grieving. He lost his mother and his sister to the same illness, and his career as a comedian is flat-lining. Sure, his sister would have claimed that it was because he was simply unfunny, but he can't help feel that there is more to it than that - more to do with who he is and where he comes from rather than the content of his jokes. Ba has never looked after her two young grandchildren before. After her daughter died, her useless son-in-law dumped them on her doorstep for a month and now she has to try and work out how to bond with two children who are used England, not to the rhythms of Kenya."--Provided by publisher
Run, riot by Nikesh Shukla( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 36 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Aspiring MC Taran and her twin brother Hari never wanted to move to Firestone House. But when the rent was doubled overnight and Dad's chemo meant he couldn't work, they had to make this tower block their home. It's good now though; they feel part of something here. When they start noticing boarded-up flats and glossy fliers for expensive apartments, they don't think much of it - until Hari is caught up in a tragedy, and they are forced to go on the run. It's up to these teenagers to uncover the sinister truth behind what's going on in the block, before it blows their world apart
The time machine by Nikesh Shukla( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

""We grew up in households where food was important. We grew up in households where the kitchen was the centre of our universes. The main family thoroughfare happened in our kitchens.""?The Time Machine' is a new novella about food and grief by award-winning author Nikesh Shukla. It tells of Ashok's attempts to cook food like mum used to make. If he succeeds, his time machine will have worked and he'll be transported back to a time when the family home was alive with the sounds of cricket, the smell of food and the presence of his mother. The story is a tender, funny ode to home-coo
Not so stories by David Thomas Moore( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories was one of the first true children's books in the English language, a timeless classic that continues to delight readers to this day. Beautiful, evocative and playful, the stories of How the Whale Got His Throat or How the First Letter Was Written paint a world of magic and wonder. It's also deeply rooted in British colonialism. Kipling saw the Empire as a benign, civilising force, in a way that's troubling to modern readers. Not So Stories attempts to redress that balance, bringing together new and established writers of colour from around the world to take the Just So Stories back, to interrogate, challenge and celebrate their legacy."--Back cover
33 West by Daisy Goodwin( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In a unique take on the London anthology 33 West features 17 brand new short stories for the whole of west London, from Barnet in the north to Croydon in the south. There is a hunt for an urban fox in Lambeth, the perfect samosa in Brent, a clash between a Croatian mother and daughter in Kensington & Chelsea, and a young rocker trying to make her way in Sutton. These are stories of movement and change that capture the individuality of each borough and the diversity of London better than any camera. Together with 33 East, which includes stories from Enfield to Bromley, 33 West is an
The good immigrant : 21 writers explore what it means to be black, Asian & minority ethnic in Britain today by Nikesh Shukla( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Random House presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Good Immigrant, read by the authors.How does it feel to be constantly regarded as a potential threat, strip-searched at every airport? Or be told that, as an actress, the part you're most fitted to play is 'wife of a terrorist'? How does it feel to have words from your native language misused, misappropriated and used aggressively towards you? How does it feel to hear a child of colour say in a classroom that stories can only be about white people? How does it feel to go 'home' to India when your home is really London? What is it like to feel you always have to be an ambassador for your race? How does it feel to always tick 'Other'? Bringing together 21 exciting black, Asian and minority ethnic voices emerging in Britain today, The Good Immigrant explores why immigrants come to the UK, why they stay and what it means to be 'other' in a country that doesn't seem to want you, doesn't truly accept you - however many generations you've been here - but still needs you for its diversity monitoring forms.Inspired by discussion around why society appears to deem people of colour as bad immigrants - job stealers, benefit scroungers, undeserving refugees - until, by winning Olympic races or baking good cakes, or being conscientious doctors, they cross over and become good immigrants, editor Nikesh Shukla has compiled a collection of essays that are poignant, challenging, angry, humorous, heartbreaking, polemic, weary and - most importantly - real
What is race? who are racists? why does skin colour matter? and other big questions by Nikesh Shukla( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Talking about race is often discouraged, but this book aims to bring everyone into the conversation. It explores the history of race and society, giving context to how racist attitudes come into being. It looks at belonging and identity, the damaging effects of stereotyping and the benefits of positive representation. The authors talk sensitively about how to identify and challenge racism, and how to protect against and stop racist behaviour --Publisher description
A bird, half-eaten by Nikesh Shukla( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A story from Nikesh Shukla to stir the heart and awaken vital conversations about love. An amateur boxer trains in the contained space of a gym. Readying themselves for a match
Summer of Unrest : Generation Vexed: What the English Riots Don't Tell Us About Our Nation's Youth by Kieran Yates( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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