Book Review

Kartography, Book Review

May 15, 2015

Pakistan, 1971. In a truly remarkable repetition of South Asian history, one more country in the region splits itself into two, leading to the formation of Bangladesh. Nothing about this fragmentation, however, was easy; blood spilled, lives were lost, families and friends wrenched apart, and only remnants of this history were articulated in years to … Read More

milk and honey, Poetry Review

April 3, 2015

Rupi Kaur’s milk and honey, an anthology of her writing published in November of last year, has already infiltrated the interweb South Asian Tumblr community. As a fellow South Asian woman and writer, I’ve found that there is a serious absence of South Asian diaspora voices in the literary world that depict and elevate our … Read More