Night Theater: Surgery, Corruption, and Chekhov. PopMatters. February 2020.

Short Stories: Beginnings and Endings. PopMatters. January 2020.

Short Stories: Siblings. PopMatters. July 2019.

Short Stories: Later-life Relationships. PopMatters. May 2019.

Short Stories: Journeys. PopMatters. April 2019.

‘Waiting’: A Short story Collection Shows Us the Inner Lives of Women But Doesn’t Ask New Questions. April 2019.

Speculation and Responsibility in ‘A People’s Future of the United States’. PopMatters. April 2019.

Short Stories: Animals Part II. PopMatters. March 2019.

#BalanceForBetter: A Short Reading List for International Women’s Day 2019. March 2019.

‘All the Lives We Ever Lived’ Finds Comfort in Mourning with Virginia Woolf. PopMatters. February 2018.

Short Stories: Animals. PopMatters. February 2018.

Bringing Forth the Male Gaze in ‘Preeto and Other Stories. PopMatters. January 2019.

Short Stories: Women in the Workplace. PopMatters. January 2019.

Short Stories: The 12 Best Short Story Collections of 2018. PopMatters. December 2018.

What Commands Your Behaviors? On ‘Rule Makers, Rule Breakers’. PopMatters. December 2018.

Emerging As a Writer — After 40. Longreads. November 2018.

How Can Literature (and Publishers) Respond to the Problems of Gender and Power. November 2018.

Short Stories: Parties. PopMatters. November 2018.

Why India Needs a Professional Association for Writers and Translators. November 2018.

20 Debut Works of Fiction by Women Over 40. Literary Hub. November 2018.

But Let Us Cultivate Our Garden. The Millions. November 2018.

‘Half Gods’ and Painful Fragments. PopMatters. October 2018.

Short Stories: American Writers of South Asian Origin. PopMatters. October 2018.

On Sound and Rhythm in Literary Texts: Angela Leighton’s ‘Hearing Things’. PopMatters. October 2018.

Short Stories: Characters in Politics. PopMatters. September 2018.

— On Rainer Maria Rilke’s Letters on Loss: ‘The Dark Interval’. PopMatters. September 2018.

A. M. Homes’ ‘Days of Awe’ and the Mastering the Art of Dialogue. PopMatters. August 2018.

— Why we should never give up our quest to find (or write) the Great Indian Novel. August 2018.

Short Stories: Women in Translation. PopMatters. August 2018.

— ‘Alone Time’ and the Joys of Solitary, Mindful Travel. PopMatters. August 2018.

On Roxane Gay’s Republished Short Stories ‘Ayiti’. PopMatters. July 2018.

Nowhere Is a Place in Tatyana Tolstaya’s ‘Aetherial Worlds’. PopMatters. July 2018.

Short Stories: Refugees. PopMatters. July 2018.

— We Go to William Trevor’s Works to Look for Ourselves and to Understand Others. PopMatters. June 2018.

‘The Storm’ has Heart, Urgency, and Ambition. PopMatters. June 2018.

The Many Benefits of Travel: Paul Theroux’s Figures in a Landscape. PopMatters. June 2018.

Short Stories: Surprises and Twists. PopMatters. June 2018.

Take It Apart by the Seams: Vera Tobin on Your Brain on Fiction. PopMatters. May 2018.

Letters Between Writers and Editors. May 2018.

‘Elements of Surprise’ and the Pleasures of Being Had. PopMatters. May 2018.

Private Habits and Private Selves in Curtis Sittenfeld’s Short Stories. PopMatters. May 2018.

— Short Stories: Fiction from ‘Sharp’ Women Writers Known for Their Non-fiction. PopMatters. May 2018.

The Intimate Politics of the Female Self in Danielle Lazarin’s ‘Back Talk’. PopMatters. April 2018.

Did Women Writers Change the 20th-century New York Intellectual Scene? PopMatters. April 2018.

Short Stories: Casualties of War. PopMatters. April 2018.

The Pragmatic Sorcery of Madeline Miller’s ‘Circe’. PopMatters. April 2018.

“Hope and Rebellion Are Inextricably Linked”: An Interview With Author Anjali Sachdeva. PopMatters. March 2018.

Cycling Across Small-town India in Nautanki Diaries. The Aerogram. March 2018.

Genocide and the Benevolence of ‘The Beekeeper’. PopMatters. March 2018.

— The Deconstructive Irony of Ortberg’s ‘The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror’. PopMatters. March 2018.

Short Stories: Souvenirs. PopMatters. March 2018.

— India’s ‘Bos Indicus’ Religion Is Explored In ‘The Milk Lady of Bangalore’. PopMatters. March 2018.

— On the Hidden Lives of Souvenirs in ‘Souvenir (Object Lessons)’. PopMatters. March 2018.

The Promise of Redemption in ‘All the Names They Used for God’. PopMatters. February 2018.

Appreciating the Wisdom of Ursula K Le Guin. The National Book Review. February 2018.

‘Have you stopped reading? Here are ten ways to get back to books.’ February 2018.

‘Six High Points of the Jaipur Literary Festival, 2018’ February 2018.

‘An Incisive Look at Race — And How We Should Be Talking About It’. The National Book Review. February 2018.

“The Good Immigrant’s UK Voices Resonate With Universal Themes.” The Aerogram. October 2017.

“After ‘Dunkirk’, A Starter List of 10 Engaging Books (and a Bonus) on India’s Role in the Great Wars.” August 2017.

“Great Writers and What They’re Reading: An Interview.” Hofstra University’s Windmill Online. May 2017.

“On Domestic Abuse and Saving Our Men.” Hofstra University’s Windmill Online. May 2017.

Interview with Amazon’s Day One Literary Journal. Day One Literary Journal. December 2016.

— “Your Most Formative Literary Passages.” The Atlantic. October 2016.

— “So You’re The Only Woman on the Panel? Now Go In For the Kill.” The Ladies Finger, June 2015.

In Print

“Technology Solutions Pricing & Licensing: Optimizing Operational Capabilities for Growth.” Accenture White Paper. 2011.

“Chandra: A Profile of Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Nobel Laureate in Physics.” Sulekha Select: The Indian Experience in a Connected World, 2001.

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