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Featured in New York Times 360 video "When Your Commute Includes Hearing ‘You Don’t Belong in This Country'"

Featured on “This Movie Changed Me” podcast via On Being Studios


"The 10 Best Shirts I Saw at the Indianapolis 500" In Short: A Journal of Flash Nonfiction

"Caves" New Indiana Voices anthology (Indiana University Press)

"Reading Censorship: An Essay Inspired by Anne Fadiman's Ex Libris" Essay Daily

"Gentlemen, Start Your Engines" The Rumpus *featured in Memoir Monday newsletter

"The Crossroads of America" Essay Daily #Midwessay series

"An Indian in Yoga Class: Finding Imbalance" Best of Brevity anthology 

"An Indian in Yoga Class: Finding Imbalance" Brevity

“Meghan Markle’s Trooping the Colour Appearance on the Buckingham Palace Balcony Matters” Teen Vogue

“Race at the Race: Being Indian-American at the Indianapolis 500” Lit Hub 

“A Guy on the Subway Told Me I Didn't Belong in This Country and I Told the Whole World About It” Cosmopolitan 

“Bend It Like Beckham and the Art of Balancing Cultures” The Atlantic *retweeted by director

“How Miss Cleo taught me to turn racial stereotypes inside out” The Washington Post 

"Someday Never Comes" Good Girls Marry Doctors: An Anthology of South Asian American Daughters on Obedience and Rebellion (Aunt Lute Books) 

“Frank Vega: It's What's on the Outside That Counts” Your Impossible Voice 

"Three Continents, Three Generations" The Normal School

"Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself & Vacuum Cleaner Salesman" Apogee 

"Reign" TAYO (print) 

"Looking Ahead." Indianapolis Woman Magazine (print) 

“Choosing a Path” Indianapolis Woman Magazine (print) 

"Kid, Meet Green" Indianapolis Woman Magazine (print) 

Critical Writing

"Some Other I Before Me: On Seeking Guidance From AAPI Memoirs" Los Angeles Review of Books *featured in Lit Hub’s Best of the Literary Internet roundup

"Like Constance Wu, These Three Memoirists Want More" The New York Times

"Sindya Bhanoo's Seeking Fortune Elsewhere" Harvard Review

"Searching for ways to understand and survive 'Girlhood'" The Boston Globe

"Sejal Shah's This is One Way to Dance" Harvard Review 

“I’m So Jealous You Get To Read 'Anita and Me' by Meera Syal For the First Time” Bustle

"Timothy Denevi's Freak Kingdom" The Rupture 

"Reading list: 23 female TED speakers tell us about the books that shaped them" TED Ideas Blog

Fictional Humor Writing

"A Day in the Life of a Finance Bro" Little Old Lady

"How to Compliment a Finance Bro so You Can Secure Half and Leave in Three Years" Points in Case

Media Writing

"The bold and brilliant conference shorts from TEDWomen 2019" TED Blog

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