Last year, I finished writing Arranged Dating, an upmarket, Indian women's fiction manuscript about a woman who is the first in her family to be engaged because of romantic love instead of duty (a.k.a. an arranged marriage). The short description is that it's about holding on, letting go, and blending two contradictory cultures as a twenty something.

A real synopsis will be here soon. 


"Why" (Spoken word)
"Daughter Dreams" and "Fake" (The Feminist Wire)
"My Mother's Legs" (British Medical Journal, Medical Humanities)

The Lancet Student:


"In Niger, personal relationships are key to long term maternal health" Global Post

*A lovely interview with Open Beast
*An essay for the New York Times
*some blog posts over there, too
*Room for Debate section
*New York Times Upfront magazine
*Glamour magazine essay contest runner up

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