Other Books I’ve Written
I am also the author of three books for children — two middle-grade novels, Aruna’s Journeys and The Moon Over Crete; and a biography, Ela Bhatt: Uniting Women in India. I have written two reference books for high school and college students: Utopias in American History, and Poverty and the Government in America.
Short Stories I’ve Written
My short stories (for grown-ups) have appeared in a number of literary magazines, including Copper Nickel, American Literary Review and Tampa Review.
My short stories are included in the following anthologies: Confessions: Fact or Fiction? edited by Herta Feely and Marian O’Shea Wernicke; Mamas and Papas: On the Sublime and Heartbreaking Art of Parenting, edited by Alys Masek and Kelly Mayhew; and Living in America: Poetry and Fiction by South Asian American Writers, edited by Roshni Rustomji Kerns.
“Crystal Vase: Snapshots” appears in the Fall 2018 issue of Copper Nickel.
“What She Remembers” appears in the Summer 2015 issue of Stone Boat Literary Journal.
“Revolution” is included in Sixfold’s Winter 2014 Fiction issue.
“Sister” is included in Lalitamba 5, a magazine of spiritual fiction, poetry, and essays.
My Other Web Sites
Check out my web site, HerStory Novels, which lists and reviews historical fiction by women and about women.
My web site Second Generation Stories: Literature by Children of Immigrants lists and reviews books by people born in the U.S. to immigrant parents, and by people who have immigrated to the U.S. as children.
Articles, Reviews, Interviews
- Lovely review of These Americans by Diane LaRue of BookChickDi
- Nice review of These Americans in Khabar, a magazine for Indian-Americans in Atlanta (scroll down)
- My review of Brown Girl, Brownstones by Paule Marshall on the Prairie Schooner book review blog
- Guest post, Immigrant Stories, on Books in the City blog
- Interview with Deborah Kalb
- Interview on Visi Tilak’s Suprose blog (dedicated to South Asian writers)
- A print interview on Women’s Fiction Writers.
- An audio interview on Book Club Girl.