Janhavi's stories feature in various anthologies of short fiction, including publications by The Little Magazine (TLM), Caferati, Sangam House Books and in Transnational Literature (TNL), a publication of The University of Bathspa (UK).
Her short stories appear in the themed Indo-Australian book anthologies edited by Meenakshi Bharat and Sharon Rundle, that include Fear Factor: Terror Incognito (Picador, 2009 and Pan Macmillan, 2010), Only Connect: Short Fiction about Technology and Us from Australia and the Indian Subcontinent (Brass Monkey Books and Rupa, 2014), Glass Walls: Stories of Tolerance and Intolerance from the Indian subcontinent and Australia (Orient BlackSwan, 2019) and Relatively True: Stories of Truth, Deception, Post-Truth from the Indian Subcontinent and Australia (Orient BlackSwan 2022). These collections feature short stories by authors David Malouf, Kiran Nagarkar, Salman Rushdie, Yasmine Gooneratne, Devika Brendon, Thomas Keneally, Andrew Y.M. Kwong, Temsula Ao, Susanne Gervay, Meera Kant, Sujata Sankranti, Neelum Saran Gour, Gulzar, Jeremy Fisher, Tabish Khair, Bem Le Hunte, Roanna Gonsalves, Sunil Badami, among other writers.
Fear Factor: Terror IncognitoA collection of 20 stories that deal with the global reality of terror, it includes the writings of authors David Malouf, Salman Rushdie, Neelum Saran Gour,Gulzar, Kiran Nargarkar, Temsula Ao, Rosie Scott, Tom Keneally, among others. It features Janhavi's short story 'A Good Riot'.
In this vibrant collection of short fiction, editors Meenakshi Bharat and Sharon Rundle bring together a diverse group of writers from the Indian subcontinent and Australia to explore the themes of tolerance and intolerance. Their stories are compelling, urgent and thought-provoking. The anthology features Janhavi's short story 'The Last Game Drive'.