Anjali Enjeti is an award-winning journalist and activist based near Atlanta. She writes about voting rights, politics, immigration, and culture. Her collection of essays about identity and activism is forthcoming from the University of Georgia Press, and her debut novel about the 1947 Partition is forthcoming from Hub City Press.
Her work has appeared in ZORA, Newsday, The Nation, Kirkus, The Paris Review, Al Jazeera, The Atlantic, Longreads, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Washington Post, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and elsewhere.
She is the recipient of the inaugural Fourth Estate Fellowship from Sundress Academy of the Arts; an Honorable Mention for the 2019 Hint Fiction Contest Judged by Roxane Gay; the 2018 & 2019 South Asian Journalists award for Outstanding Story on Any Subject; four Pushcart Prize nominations; two Best of the Net nominations; first place and an honorable mention in the essay category from the American Society of Journalists and Authors; first place in the 2015 Prime Number Magazine creative nonfiction contest; and two "notable" mentions in Best American Essays 2016 and 2017. She has appeared on Georgia Public Broadcasting's On Second Thought and The Break Room, as well as Islam Channel's The Report.
A graduate of Duke University, Washington University School of Law, and the MFA program at Queens University in Charlotte, she teaches creative nonfiction in the Etowah Valley MFA program at Reinhardt University. She has been awarded writers’ residencies at The Hambidge Center and Wildacres.