Book

Indivisible: An Anthology of South Asian American Poetry (University of Arkansas Press, 2010): Co-editor.

The Coiled Serpent: Poets Arising from the Cultural Quakes and Shifts of Los Angeles (Tia Chucha Press, 2016): Co-Editor.


Fiction published in:

• The Liner, (Issue two, Spring 2013)

• Breaking the Bow: Speculative Fiction and the Ramayana (Zubaan Books, 2012)

PANK Magazine, December 2011

Desilit Magazine (Issue 5, Winter 2009)

Digital Artifact (Issue 1, 2007).

Ellipsis… Literary Serials and Narrative Culture (Volume One, Issue Five: May/June 2006)

Desilicious (Arsenal Pulp Press, 2004)


Poetry published in:

Prairie Schooner, (Fall 2013)

The Mud Proposal, March 2012

The Harper Collins Book of English Poetry (HarperCollins India, 2012)

The Yellow Nib: Modern English Poetry by Indians (Volume Six, The Yellow Nib, 2012)

World Literature Today, November 2010

•  The Literary Review (Volume 52, Issue 3: Spring 2009)

•  A Room of One’s Own (Volume 24, Issue 2, Fall 2001)

•  Nimrod International Journal of Prose and Poetry (Issue 15, Spring 2001)

Asian Pacific American Journal (Volume 7, Number 2, Fall/Winter Issue, 1998)


Playwriting:

Cowgirls [one-act]: Staged reading on June 30th, 2013 at East West Players (as part of the David Henry Hwang Writers Institute)

•Member of Writers Pool, Playground Theater Company, Berkeley, CA: 2007-2008 season


Journalism:

Class and Racial Tensions in Ivy Pochoda’s Visitation Street, Los Angeles Review of Books, October 2013

I Was Obsessed with Christian Slater, Virginia Quarterly Review On-Line, February 2013

An Interview with Richard Froude, WordRiot, December 2012

The Rumpus Interview with Samhita Mukhopadhyay, TheRumpus.net, November 2011

Lady Gaga’s Most Undesirable Bollywood Makeover, FirstPost.com, August 2011

Where I Write #14: A Green Room in Gujarat, TheRumpus.net, July 2011

Franzen Goes Exotic: The Indian Woman and the Great American Novelist, FirstPost.com, June 2011

Book Review: Blue Boy and Skunk Girl , The-NRI.com, May 2011

Glam Lit: Eight Questions from the Jaipur Literature Festival, HTMLGiant.com, February 2011

Letter from Kolkata: Sobitha and Me, NewAmericaMedia.org (Also published in India Currents), December 2010

Is Reality TV a Revolution for Race or the New Minstrel?, Colorlines.com, October 2010

• The Content of One’s Character’s: For some Asian American Writer’s, ethnicity issues ease into the backdrop, HyphenMagazine.com, June 2010

Reinventing the Haunted House: An Interview with Helen Oyeyemi, FictionWritersReview.com, March 2010

The Contradictions of ‘Love in India’, NewAmericaMedia.org, February 2010

Listening to the Tiny Voice: An Interview with Kathryn Ma, FictionWritersReview.com, November 2009

Book Review: “I Do Not Come to You By Chance” by Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani, FictionWritersReview.com, August 2009

Judging Asian Americans by Our Book Covers: Do stereotypical images reflect bad marketing or stilted writing – or both?, HyphenMagazine.com, January 2009

Tripping Through Second Life: On the hunt for virtual Asian American communities, HyphenMagazine.com, June 2008

• Interview with Boots Riley of The Coup, Tipping The Sacred Cow: The Best of LiP, Informed Revolt, 1996-2007 (AK PRESS), June 2008

Good Cop, Bad Cop: Maverick writer Ed Lin invades Chinatown, HyphenMagazine.com, June 2007

Standing Their Ground: Public art in India puts women on the streets, NewAmericaMedia.org, March 2007

The Namesake Tells My Parent’s Story Again, Not Mine, But That’s Okay, NewAmericaMedia.org, March 2007

Letter from India: The Country is Serial Killer Obsessed, NewAmericaMedia.org, January 2007

Border Jumping: A journey across imaginary lines, NewAmericaMedia.org, December 2006

Will Technology Bring a Sexual Revolution to India, Probably Not, NewAmericaMedia.org, January 2005

Hooray for “Harold and Kumar”, a Stoner movie with Asians, NewAmericaMedia.org (Also published on Alternet.org), July 2004

A Changing World Makes the Homeland Seem Closer to Home, NewAmericaMedia.org, January 2004