Sehba Sarwar’s writings and art focus on migration and displacement. Her essays, fiction, and poems have appeared in publications including The New York Times’ Sunday Magazine, Asia: Magazine of Asian Literature, Callaloo and elsewhere. Her short stories are anthologized by Feminist Press, Akashic Books, and Harper Collins India, while the second edition of her novel Black Wings (Veliz Books) was released in spring 2019. Born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, Sarwar spent the first half of her life in a home filled with artists, activists, and educators. She is based in Los Angeles County, and her papers are archived at the University of Houston.

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