pranay somayajula is a london-based fiction writer, essayist, and journalist. his writing explores themes of migration, human rights, and diasporic identity.
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what about the murderers?: john hinckley, jr. and the prospects of abolition — strange matters
my nostalgia for enid blyton is complicated — electric literature
small patches of america: when america’s suburban romance is undone — catapult
love as a verb: an anarchist reads bell hooks — strange matters
azadi: a universal struggle – millennial brown
hindu nationalism’s alarming rise in the us goes beyond texas — the nation
salman rushdie joins indian writers on 75 years of independence — the nation
from buffalo to india, the right’s demographic paranoia fuels deadly
violence – jacobin
the hindu right's deniability politics – protean magazine
a tale of two bulldozers – the nation
arguments that caste protections 'unjustly target' south asians don't stand up
to scrutiny – religion dispatches (co-authored with nikhil mandalaparthy)
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