Anjali Enjeti is a novelist and literary critic. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Kirkus Reviews, Paste, Huffington Post, XO Jane, PANK and ArtsATL, a comprehensive news source for the arts in Atlanta, where she has written book reviews, profiles and author interviews, and reports on major literary events such as the revival of Flannery O’Connor’s home, the emergence of LGBTQ archives, and the role social media plays in connecting authors to readers.
Her essays have appeared in the anthologies Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Mothering Across Cultures (Wyatt-Mackenzie Press 2009), Other Tongues: Mixed Race Women Speak Out (Inanna Press 2010), Khabar and Full Grown People. Her poetry has been published in Minerva Rising.
She is currently pursuing an MFA in creative writing at Queens University in Charlotte, where she serves as a fiction editorial assistant for Qu Literary Journal. A Hambidge Center fellow, she is Vice President of Publicity for the Atlanta Writers Club, a 100 year-old organization with over 700-members.
Anjali has recently completed her debut novel, Secrets of the Sari Chest, and is working on her second novel, Finding Om.