1943: The Women’s Regiment of Subhas Chandra Bose’s Rebel Army, Boulevard, Vol. 36 No. 1, Fall 2020 (essay)

The Bat Mitzvah, Waxwing, Issue 19, Fall 2019 (fiction)

“Antifa” protests are free speech, not acts of terrorism, Austin American-Statesman, July 29, 2019 (op-ed)

Migrant Children are Our Children, Texas Observer, July 1, 2019 (op-ed)

A New Race of Men from Heaven, Shenandoah, Vol. 68 No. 2, Spring 2019 (fiction)

Relearning How to Read in the Age of Trump, Electric Literature, August 2018 (essay)

When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer, Ecotone, No. 25, Spring/Summer 2018 (fiction) [Distinguished Story, 2019 Best American Short Stories]

Sometimes I Want to March, Catapult, October 2017 (essay)

A Small Rebellion, Chicago Quarterly Review, Spring 2017 (fiction)

A Salon of One’s Own: Twenty Years of the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective, LitHub, April 2017 (essay)

The Places that Inhabit Us: On Olive Witch by Abeer Hoque, Brooklyn Magazine, February 2017 (review)

One Life, Going Forward, Catapult, January 2017 (essay)

Traces of My GrandmotherRead Her Like An Open Book, May 2016 (essay)

An Unnamed Country, The Margins, November 2015 (essay)

Big Love: Smilla’s Sense of Snow, Memorious, October 2015 (review)

The Abandoned, New Ohio Review, Issue 17, Spring 2015 (fiction)

The Post-Apocalyptic Counterrevolution Will Not Be TelevisedFull Stop, October 2014 (critical essay)

Survivor’s Guilt, Los Angeles Review of Books, August 2014 (review)

The ImmigrantColorado Review, Vol. 40, # 2, Summer 2013 (fiction) [Special Mention, 2015 Pushcart Prize Anthology]

Place and Transformation, Los Angeles Review of Books, October 2013 (review)

The Travelers, New England Review, Vol. 30, #4, Winter 2009-2010 (fiction)

Uma, Kartika Review, Winter 2008 (fiction)