Family Matters: Telling True Stories

A nonfiction essay of mine, developed from a panel discussion I had moderated at the Kriti Festival of literature and arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago. My account has been shaped by both my individual journey as a reader and writer of creative nonfiction and also the perspectives offered by the published authors in the panel. Thank you, Mosarrap Hossain Khan and Bhaswati Ghosh, editors of ‘Cafe Dissensus Everyday’ for publishing this piece:

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Do read the full essay here:

http://cafedissensusblog.com/2014/11/30/family-matters-telling-true-stories/

Also, my special vote of thanks to Mohsin Maqbool Elahi, my journalist friend from Karachi, Pakistan for sharing this piece in his Facebook wall! Thankful to all of you. Hope this essay resonates with you, the readers of my blog.

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One thought on “Family Matters: Telling True Stories

  1. Thanks for sharing this essay. I love your writing and the essayests’ as well and will be following you both. I look forward to seeing what else you have to say!
    Creative Nonfiction Rocks 🙂
    Kassie aka “Mom”

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