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Recent Highlights

Tanuja was recently included in Brown Girl Magazine’s top ten roundup of South Asian women for International Women’s Day 2020 (for writing about the immigrant experience and coming of age as a South Asian woman, and “creating a role model when there wasn’t one”) along with Mindy Kaling, Rupi Kaur, Jameela Jamil, Lilly Singh, Madame Gandhi, Deepica Mutyala, and Kavita Krishnan, as well as key historical firsts figures Noor Inayat Khan and suffragette Sophia Duleep Singh.

BROWN GIRL MAGAZINE

#BORNCONFUSED15 

An ongoing series by writers/authors in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the publication of Tanuja’s landmark novel: David Levithan, Samira Ahmed, SJ Sindu, Sarvat Hasin, Carlie Sorosiak, Nisha Sharma, Donna Freitas, Sonali Dev, Christina Vortia, Marina Budhos. 

 

  • BARNES & NOBLE feature (“11 YA Authors Discuss the Role of Faith in Their Lives” by Michael Waters, July 18, 2016)
  • THE PARIS REVIEW review of The Morning Papers tribute to Prince (including Tanuja’s tribute-in-lyrics), June 7, 2016
  • THE AEROGRAM: Tanuja’s tribute-in-lyrics to Prince (‘Happy Birthday Prince!’, June 7, 2016)
  • LIBAS INTERNATIONAL feature: “Losing Your Map” by Nishita Sharma (Volume 28 Issue 2, 2015) (View PDF)

MORE ONLINE/PRINT PRESS

  • JUGNI STYLE (“3 Coming-of-Age Stories for South Asian Teen Girls” by Nimrita Parmar, September 2, 2014)

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