“To read Dhumketu is to be reminded of the ways in which the short story can be stretched and shaped organically,” writes critic Rishi Reddi.
Rishi Reddi reviews Madhushree Ghosh’s Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory, and Family, for Los Angeles Review of Books
In her essay for Air/Light, Rishi Reddi considers immigration, family, and the history of South Asian identity in the US.
In Orwell’s Roses, Rebecca Solnit reveals the writer as horticulturist.
Review of Doris Iarovici’s latest short story collection in Salamander #52 Spring/Summer 2021
Opinion piece for New York Daily News, November 2020
Rishi Reddi Recommends Fiction From the Past to Understand Our Current Times, April 27, 2020
Oral story-telling on The Drum Literary Magazine, Issue 56, September 2015
The Boston Book Festival presents the fourth annual One City One Story program, a project that aims to promote literature among teens and adults to create community around a shared reading experience, 2013.
On Being South Asian Post 9/11
First published in The Asian American Literary Review, vol. 2 issue 1.5
(Special Issue Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of Sept. 11th).
First published in the New York Times Magazine, June 3, 2007.
Originally published in The Partisan Review, Spring 2002.