A short story I’m particularly proud of is “Ode to Parrot.” I must emphasize this is a work of fiction! Thanks to Kai Choyce for including it in his curated Medium magazine “Pepperino.”
The Editors of “Eat, Darling Eat,” helped memorialize my mom and her cooking in their online publication “Eat, Darling Eat.” Read “The Entrepreneur” now to learn about my mother’s wisdom and her tandoori chicken recipe.
I was delighted that The Veranda Writers published an excerpt of the memoir I’m developing called “Curry in a Cornfield.” It tells the haphazard journey of a child raised by raucous, misbehaved Indian immigrant parents in a sleepy, mostly white suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Follow me in my travels, or travails rather: from my first love, my coming out as a lesbian, my mental health foibles, my ups and downs as a stand-up comic and actor, to the loss of both of my parents in my early thirties. The reader is enticed to learn why this whiny, colicky adult dares to become a grown-ass woman.Read more
I’m incredibly grateful to Akansha Dasari for sifting through submissions and choosing my essay “What I Learned from My Tornado Mom” for publication in the magazine she curates, “Redefining Sanskari.” It’s only $4.99 and features daring South Asian women writers, artists, and poets. C’mon, support the arts already!Read more