by Kanakaambaram Emden
An illustrated chapbook about the childhood designs of J. Kokila, the famous Chennai-born polymath whose later inventions include the multiversal spacetime commutator, the gamma-ray audio transruptor, and the automatic biriyani generator. From the age of 10, Kokila began filling small sketchpads with sketches and diagrams of robots. While some were simply fanciful, others contained hints of the inventions that were soon to change the multiverse.
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