Selected Clips:



On secret Facebook groups and lipstick, in The Cut.

On divorce, grief, bread making, and mental health, in Catapult.

On postpartum mood disorders and women in migration, in Pacific Standard.

On dance, aging, and immigration, in CityLab

On mental health and teen pregnancy, in VICE

On mental health and proximity to water, in VICE

On therapeutic gardens and horticultural therapy in Singapore, in CityLab.

On postpartum mood disorders and women of color, in BuzzFeed.

On mothering and mental health in Asian America and in Asia, in The Washington Post.



On ice cream and family, in Catapult (part 1, part 2, part 3).

On Vienna Fingers, food as currency, and grandparents, in New York Times.

On Surbhi Sahni and her modern mithai, in Food52.

On Nidhi Jalan, founder of Masala Mama, in Edible Brooklyn.

On mothering, immigration, and food television, in Bon Appetit

On immigration, assimilation, and American-style road trips, in The Kitchn

On Amul cheese and fine dining, in Edible Manhattan

On Partition, generational trauma, and Sindhi papad, in Food52.

On biryani, in Saveur

On mithai, or Indian sweets, in Munchies.

On South Asian restaurants in Somerset county, in The Courier News.

On South Asian restaurants on Oak Tree Road, in New Jersey Monthly

On tahri, a traditional sweet, aromatic rice prepared on Cheti Chand, the Sindhi New Year, in NPR.

On South Asian eats in Central Jersey's Hindu and Sikh temples, in The Courier News.

On Chitra Agrawal, founder of Brooklyn Delhi and cookbook author, in Edible Brooklyn.

On Syria Supper Club and food as resistance, in Quartz.

On pakwan dal (a Sindhi breakfast), in Extra Crispy

On North Indian flatbreads, in The Kitchn.

On my late grandmother and goat brains for breakfast, in Extra Crispy

On the Rotimatic, a robot roti-making machine, in The Kitchn

On chili peppers and black peppercorns in South Indian cuisine, in The Kitchn

On visiting, and eating in, Little India, in Serious Eats



On divorce, community, gender and the South Asian American diaspora, in The New York Times.

On birthdays and giving, in Real Simple.

On Diwali and the importance of family traditions, in The Washington Post.

On Bollywood sports' movies, in espnW

On re-reading 'Winnie-the-Pooh' with my daughter, in MUTHA.

On tennis and family traditions, in espnW

On Diwali and making new traditions, in

On the term "third culture kid," in Expat, the Wall Street Journal‘s expatriate and global nomad blog.



On the intersectional feminism and writing, in Electric Literature.

On Teresa Wong, graphic novelist, in Electric Literature.

On books with South Asian characters, in Teen Vogue.

On new voices and South Asian young adult literature, in Electric Literature.

On books with South Asian characters, in Teen Vogue.

On Supriya Kelkar, middle grade author, on social justice, activism, and parenting, in The Washington Post.

On Nidhi Chanani, cartoonist and graphic novelist, in Electric Literature

On Dhan Gopal Mukerji, the first person of color to win the Newbery Medal, in The Atlantic.

On Mitali Bose Perkins, YA author, on refuge, home, and social justice, in The Aerogram

On books about tennis, in Electric Literature.

On Balli Kaur Jaswal, on the eve of her U.S. debut, Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows, in Brooklyn Magazine.

On books with South Asian characters, in Teen Vogue.

On the "Asian Detective Novel", in Literary Hub

On co-working and suburbia, in CityLab.

On Marina Budhos, novelist, essayist, and journalist, in Brooklyn Magazine

On Singaporean comic book artist Sonny Liew, in Southeast Asia GLOBE

On children's books in translation, in Asymptote.

On children's books and race privilege in Singapore, in Quartz

On Balli Kaur Jaswal, Singaporean Sikh novelist, in Scroll

On the last train to Tanjong Pagar, in Speakeasy.