Read some of my reading recs for the year here. Thanks to my Iowa pal Edan Lepucki for asking me to do that! It’s a great blog.
… includes Love Marriage!
See tomorrow’s Book World. Online here. (Click on the fiction tab.)
Thanks to the diligent reader who noted that I hadn’t put my reading tomorrow up here! I’m psyched to be reading at one of my favorite childhood haunts–the National Museum of Natural History, at SALTAF, courtesy of NETSAP-DC.
Reception for the South Asian Literary and Theater Arts Festival
Friday, November 14, 2008
6:30pm – 8:30pm
2147 P Street NW
The South Asian Literary and Theater Arts Festival
Saturday, November 15, 2008
10:00am – 5:30pm
National Museum of Natural History – Baird Auditorium
10th St and Constitution Ave, NW
For more info visit
The prairie, by the way, is as beautiful as Laura Ingalls Wilder made me think it would be. Thanks for a warm welcome, K-State.
Check out the book tour page for address and date details. (But, to be brief, August 28 at Book Soup in West Hollywood!)
Love Marriage was reviewed in The Washington Post! It’ll be in tomorrow’s print edition, but you can read the review online now. The lede of the piece references (among other things) an essay I wrote when I was 19 and a freshman in college.
The latest issue of Bethesda Magazine has a story about me and Becca. It isn’t available online, so head to newsstands if you want to read!
Also, I just found the link to the interview I did with three other South Asian authors for Italian Web/TV while I was in Torino. You can watch that here. Don’t be thrown by the Italian if you don’t speak it—it switches to English!
After a long silence, I’m trying to return to blogging!
Two recent posts at Sepia Mutiny. The first, a live-blogging of a Law & Order episode that purported to feature a storyline about Sri Lankans. The second, a post about my trip to Torino and my adventures with my fellow South Asian author, Tahmima Anam.
Forgot to post this article, which ran in Metro, the newspaper given out on the Tube in England.