My short story, Mariska and Major, was published in Podcastle, an award-winning fantasy fiction podcast. Mariska and Major is about friendship, grief, and the stories we tell ourselves and each other, over generations. It features two intrepid young girls, a strange carpet, and the moon.
Available on most streaming platforms. Also find it on Podcastle.org.
The Sunlight Plane
My debut novel, a story about childhood, abuse, and friendship that can navigate us through the worst of times. Read more here.
Lake View Journal
A musing fusion of prose and poetry, Millennial City Part I – Liquid Girl in a Pink House, is a surrealist portrait of loneliness and the strangeness of big cities. Read it here (Page 91), or check out the image below.
My poems were published in the online literary journal Muse India. The poems, The Foolish Dreams of Children/The Kite Maker and Coconut Curry are in some ways about homes: the ones we find, and the ones we make within ourselves. Read them here.
Stories on Toast
A commentary on our relationship with social media. Prose-poetry. This was made into a video by Stories on Toast. Watch it here.
I spent most of 2019 challenging myself to learn new skills. Those being visual art (sketching and watercolour painting), sewing, and learning a musical instrument (violin).
This was important to me because I wanted to prove to myself that talent is fundamentally unnecessary to any pursuit. What matters is the hard work. It was a personal experiment that paid off.
In this essay, published by Storizen, I talk about art and how anyone can create, as long as they’re willing to put in the hours.
Read the article here.