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Selected Writing

The Color Brown

Janus Literary: Editor's Showcase

Poetry | August, 2022

Get out of the sun,
Mother said,
No, not skin cancer, worse—
You’ll get tanned...

Holding The Curtain

FlashFlood Journal

Flash | June, 2022

“How much can you eat, child? You’re gonna regret it when you grow up.”
“It’s not enough to study; girls need to look good, too...

Chicken Hamburger

They Said


Witness Magazine

Fiction | June, 2022

That’s when the odor hits me. Of sweat and sewer. Of coriander seeds and cardamom. Of the bazaar. The familiarity of the smell surprises me. Eleven years isn’t long enough...

Dry Fruit Stand
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