Fiction by South Asian American writers
Fatima Farheen Mirza's A Place for Us stands out as a family story, a truly American story with Indian-Muslim-American setting. And you probably can't claim to know South Asian American writers unless you read Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, whose latest novel tells The Ramayana from Sita's perspective. Neel Patel's short story collection If You See Me, Don't Say Hi is a stellar Indian-American entry into the great American literary theme of alienation. So many prize-winning and debut authors included below enrich our lives.
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