Selected Prose


"If A People Burns...A Nation Must, Too": Review of Megha Majumdar's A BurningHyphen Mag, June 2020

"The Story's There": Review of Cathy Park Hong's Minor Feelings, Hyphen Mag, March 2020

Don't Let Me Be MisunderstoodPANK Magazine, February 2020

Curls that Dance Under Any Light, Autostraddle, December 2019

Looking for Love in the Wrong Place, Autostraddle, Summer 2019

A Love that Exceeds LanguageBroad Recognition, April 2019

Stained, Lacquered, Checkered: Elihu and I in ChennaiYale Daily News Magazine, February 2019

Creation/GenesisBroad Recognition, October 2018

You Cannot Separate America's Present Beauty From Its Violent Past, Teen Vogue, July 2018

ABCDs, the Yale Herald, September 2017

Natural Endowments, Paper Darts, January 2016

Selected Poetry

Stay at Home JournalBitter Melon Poetry, March 2020

Using Minimum Force, Poets Reading the News, December 2019

After the Storm, Yale Literary Magazine, Spring 2019

Missing PieceBone Bouquet, July 2018 

23andme, Indiana Review Online, April 2018

On Our Way to Tanglewood, Textploit, 2015


Security, Hollins University Literary Festival, Finalist, Poetry, February 2019

John Hubbard Curtis Prize for "Love of the English Language and Facility in Writing" Yale University English Department, Nonfiction, 2019

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