I’ve been an editor at PEN America’s Glossolalia, Guernica, and A Public Space. I’m working on a historical novel set in 1946 India and on a collection of essays. I have an endlessly curious, research-driven mind, and am an editorial consultant for design and tech firms. I also report for national publications. I’ve written about astrophysics, geology, culture, books, parental rights, women biographers, India’s Jews, passwords, AI, guns, and surrealist poetry. Public art projects with Saint Flashlight include Movie Marquee poems with Nitehawk Cinema and the Lost Poem project for O Miami. I live in Brooklyn.
Born in Frankfurt to a Jewish-Jain couple, I lived in Bombay until I was seven and then emigrated to New Jersey.