Anjali Sachdeva’s fiction has been published in The Yale Review, The Iowa Review, and Alaska Quarterly Review, among other places. She won the Orange/Northern Woman Short Story prize and has been anthologized in the Best American Nonrequired Reading. She holds an MFA from Iowa, where she received the Teaching Writing Fellowship and Provost’s Fellowship, is a former editor at Unstuck and worked at the Creative Nonfiction Foundation as Director of the Educational Programs. She has taught at the University of Iowa, Iowa Summer Writing Festival, Augustana College, and Carnegie Mellon University, and she now teaches at University of Pittsburgh, where she lives with her husband and newborn daughter.
|Others non-spefi books (1)|
2018 All the Names They Used for God
(mainstream, magical realism, short stories)