Anjali Enjeti wins SAJA Award again
For the second year in a row, Anjali Enjeti has been honored with the “Outstanding story on any subject: All media” award conferred by South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA) at their annual gala in New York City. She won it for her article, “Reckoning with Georgia’s Increasing Suppression of Asian American Voters,” which appeared in Longreads.
Anjali’s areas of interest in writing include politics, social change, immigration, literature, and culture. She is a teacher of creative nonfiction at Reinhardt University and Membership VP of National Book Critics Circle. She is also a political columnist for ZORA Magazine. Anjali’s work, published widely, has also appeared in Khabar many times.
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Anjali Enjeti was named one of the “Nine Essayists of Color that You Should Know About” by Electric Literature.
Her collection of essays about identity is forthcoming from the University of Georgia Press.
Her work has appeared in Newsday, The Nation, Guernica, The Paris Review, Al Jazeera, The Georgia Review, The Week, The Atlantic, Longreads, Vice, NPR, Quartz, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Rewire News, Pacific Standard, NBC, The Guardian, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Star Tribune, and elsewhere.
Hear her interview on Global Crossroads Podcast (@crossroads_pod) in the Oct 10, 2019, Episode 5 podcast “@anjalienjeti on Identity, South Asian Literature, and Voter Suppression!”
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