Toronto's South Asian Canteens are a Diasporic Cultural Phenomenon, Goya Journal, June 2019
Migrating From Rotis to Sandwiches (and back), Looseleaf Magazine, May 2018
Confessions of a Brown Yoga Teacher, The Ethnic Aisle, May 2018
Excerpt: From the Mouth of the River, Loam Magazine, June 2015
From the Mouth of the River, Stethoscope Press (chapbook in print), May 2015
Resisting for the River, Earth Island Journal, October 2014
Rajni, Prairie Schooner, forthcoming Fall 2020
Fish Stories, The Kenyon Review, forthcoming Jan 2021 (Winner of 2020 Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest)
Lifeboat, The Cincinnati Review, January 2020
Exile (Contest Winner) The Malahat Review Issue 206 (print)
Factory, Ricepaper Magazine, November 2018
Gathered Family, SmokeLong Quarterly, September 2018
Aya, Tya, The Ilanot Review, July 2018
Poem, Into The Void Issue 11, (print/online), January 2019
Hollowing in Three Parts, Hobart, January 2019
"A Constellation of Questions": An Interview with Guest Reader Janika Oza in SmokeLong Quarterly
Histories of Exile: Open Season Award Interview with The Malahat Review
Smoke & Mirrors: An Interview with Janika Oza in SmokeLong Quarterly
Fellowships and Recognitions
Ontario Arts Council, Literary Creation Projects: Works for Publication Grant, 2020
Mentee, Diaspora Dialogues GTA Long Form Mentorship, 2020.
Writer in Residence, Firefly Creative Writing, 2020.
Tin House Novel Workshop, 2019
2019 New Millenium Award for Fiction, Finalist.
2019 New Millennium Award for Flash Fiction, Finalist.
2019 CBC Short Story Prize, Longlist.
"Aya, Tya" - Nominated & selected for The Best Small Fictions Anthology 2019
Winner, Malahat Review 2019 Open Season Award in Fiction, "Exile."
Voices of Our Nation (VONA) Workshop, 2018
GrubStreet, Workshop Scholarship Recipient, 2016