Interview about Technologies of the Self at Spread the Word by Sara Jafari.
Spoke on “(Re)writing Pasts and Futures” panel at Bare Lit Festival for writers of colour in London with Zen Cho, Tosin Coker, and Tendai Huchu, and moderated by Patrick Vernon. The New York Times featured the festival, and Indiewire singled out the panel as “one of the festival’s signature events.” Bare Lit is the first literary festival for writers of color in the U.K. Run by Media Diversified.
Buffalo Almanack founding editor Maxine Vande Vaarst and Mary Ann Rivers and Ruthie Knox of Brain Mill Press host a roundtable discussion on my debut book, Technologies of the Self, and my short story, “Forty-two Reasons.” — Read it on “Woodshop Talk” in Buffalo Almanack (pages 35-44 on issuu) or at the Brain Mill Press page.
Columbia Daily Spectator 2015 Commencement Issue — Profiled on engineering, storytelling, politics, science fiction, and space law.
The Eye (magazine of The Columbia Daily Spectator) — Featured on faith and ways of being. We discuss Shari’a, modernity, the Muslim Protagonist symposium, and Ted Chiang.
ABC News — Interviewed for coverage of #MuslimApologies.
2nd Annual Muslim Protagonist Symposium press coverage — Featured in The Columbia Daily Spectator and reviewed in The Missing Slate. Blogroll: Love, InshAllah, Bwog, Miri Gabriel. Cartoonist Connie Sun’s comics-imbued coverage.
1st Annual Muslim Protagonist Symposium Media Kit — Featured in The Express Tribune (The New York Time‘s Pakistani affiliate), The Huffington Post, and on the front page of The Columbia Daily Spectator. Blogroll: Revolutionary Ripples.
APAM News, newsletter for the Applied Physics and Mathematics Department at Columbia Engineering — Featured on page 2. (Fall 2012, Vol. 7, Issue 1).
NPR, “The Takeaway” — Interview with John Hockenberry.
Reg E. Cathey (The Wire, House of Cards) reads an excerpt of “Jedi Night” at Scholastic, Inc. Awards Gala, World Financial Center.
Westport Magazine — “Top Teen to Watch”
MSG Varsity TV — Feature on Staples High School’s “Wreckers Robotics” (Team 0577) winning 2nd Place at Dean Kamen’s 2009 FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship in Atlanta, GA.