Events & Other Things

Photo by Emily Brown

Upcoming Events

Moderating panel “Trans* Poetics of Labor,” at the AWP Conference, March 9, 2023, Seattle, WA


Reading, Rivulet Press’s “Together” with Teo Rivera-Dundas, Sarah Yanni, Sallie Fullerton, Christine Imperial, Online, December 2022

Launch Party, Lumpenpockets Debut, Pete’s Candy Store, December 2022

Launch Party/Reading, Print News w/ Theadora Walsh, Zoe Goldstein, Terrence Arjoon, Molasses Books, Oct 2022

Produced and performed at “The City That Never Seeps,” Alt: My NYC Goodbye Party, Pete’s Candy Store, September 2021

Reading, Roshan Abraham’s Open Readings Series, Jackson Heights ,38th Ave, August 2021

Reading, 826NYC series organized by Danielle Sinay, Pete’s Candy Store, July 2021

Produced and performed at “Pockets presents: An intimate night of social distancing,” Porcelain, October 2020

Produced and performed in After Party Presents, The Footlight, September, 2019

Produced and performed in After Party Presents: Service, The Footlight, July 16, 2019

Produced After Party Presents: Futures, The Footlight, June 2019

Performance, On This Day, Caveat May 2019

Reading, “Pet Culture,” Call Your Mama, QED, May 2019

Reading “Colonial Propaganda,” 826NYC, Pete’s Candy Store, May 2019

Launch, After Party Presents: Love, The Footlight, May 2019

Reading, “Test of Love,” 826NYC: Valentine’s Day, Pete’s Candy Store, February 2019

Reading, “The Killing Of A Tiger,” Diwali Party, Union Hall, November 2018

Performance/Talk: “The Languages Of Privilege” with Amin Husain, Brooklyn International Performance Arts Festival, Panoply Performance Lab, September 2019

Reading, “Casual Imperialism Of The American Tourist,” Final Fantasy: AUNTIFA, Friends and Lovers, August 2018

Appearance, “Affirmative Reaction,” SiriusXM, May 2018

Appearance “The Academy Awards,” The Katie Halper Show, March 2018

Panel Moderation, SAKHI and “The Problem with Apu”, TIME Inc. Theater, January 31, 2018.

Reading, “Pores.” Barriers to Bridges: Building Solidarity through Storytelling, New Women Space, November 25, 2017.

Closing conversation, “Sahana Ramakrishnan’s A Night in the Woods,” Field Projects, October 2017.

Reading, “Pores.” Tweeting and Deleting: Brooklyn, Quimby’s Bookstore, October 10, 2017.

Recurring panelist, Season 3. The Grapevine, Fall 2017.

“Episode 9.” The Hamza Khan Show, September 1, 2017.

“South Asian (Mis)Representations Onscreen.” WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show, July 26, 2017.

“A Conversation with Aditi Natasha Kini about ‘The Big Sick’.”, July 13, 2017.

“What is Park Slope but a petri dish of neo-feudalism, artists ask in absurdist music video.” Brokelyn, May 25, 2017.