Anjali Enjeti is a graduate of Duke University and Washington University School of Law, and is currently an MFA candidate in Creative Writing (Fiction) at Queens University in Charlotte. She writes for ArtsATL, the premiere arts criticism website in the Atlanta area. Her writing has appeared in numerous print and online publications. Her essay “Fade to Brown” is included in the anthology Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Mothering Across Cultures (Wyatt-Mackenzie Press 2009) and was quoted in The Japan Times. Her essay “In the Dark” is included in the anthology, Other Tongues: Mixed Race Women Speak Out (Inanna Press 2010).
In July, she was awarded a creative fellowship at The Hambidge Center. She is Co-Vice President of Programming for the Atlanta Writers Club, a 100 year-old organization with over seven hundred members. She is also a member of the Georgia Romance Writers.
Anjali has recently completed her first novel, Secrets of the Sari Chest, and is writing her second novel, Finding Om. She is represented by Robert Guinsler of Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
An avid yogi, she lives with her family in suburban Atlanta.