The Story of a Story is in the point of view of a story as it’s being written, bemoaning its miserable existence. It appears in Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, issue 120, page 10.

The Saviors of Scarborough is a one-act play published in The Louisville Review, Volume 76, page 119.

My full-length play, Jaathi, enjoyed a staged reading on April 17, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio.

My article, “Destination Cleveland: Spreading the word about Ohio’s great cultural center to the north” is on page 10. Check it out.

Impatient, a short-short story, has been published in Page and Spine magazine.

A speculative fiction tale, Redrafted, found its home at Lyonesse.

The short story from my novel, Picklemas, appears in Belletrist Magazine.

My poem, My Name, appears on SWWIM’s website.

My short story, Beyond the Guava Tree, has been published by Gyara.

“Rumpel and Franz”, a retelling of the classic fairy tale from Rumpelstiltskin’s point of view, appears in ‘Once Upon a Time In Alexandria: Reimagined Fairy Tales from Modern Voices’, a story collection by Curating Alexandria.

I’m also a blogger at GeekMom:

Here are a few of my posts:

Being Indian

Indian Same-Sex Relationships: A Case for the Gender-Neutral É (and Sometimes O)

Koincha: A Bit of Indian Culture

Dear Hollywood: Dude, Rumi’s Not White

Learn to Pronounce Indian Names

Don’t Call Me Foreign


Dear Instant Pot

Pizzalympics and Chocolate War: A Competitive Birthday Party

Food Games I Play With My Kids

DIY: Make Your Own Screen-Printed T-shirt


‘Kinky Boots’: White Male Privilege

‘Blue Territory’: A Paperback Parental Retreat

Review: Eric & Leon Pen Holder… and More!

Cult of Pursonality


Don’t Worry: Fantastic Parenting and How to Achieve It

How My Family Maths

16 Ways to Celebrate Square Root Day

It’s Time to Celebrate Pi Day


Can Cleveland Keep Feeling the Love?

Cleveland: A Magical Moment


I Married a Netflix Non-Binger

The Sport of Vaccination

Shedding the Shoulds

How to Get Away with Clutter

I Need to Fun More

How Four Kids LEGO of Self-Doubt and (MIND)STORMed the Castle

Can I Be Him for the Weekend?

In Defense of Hypocrisy

If You Can Dance, You Can Code

Why I Let My Kids Play Fantasy Sports

Haiku Night

In Defense of Television