Hirsh Sawhney is the editor of Delhi Noir, a critically-acclaimed anthology of original fiction published by Akashic Books and HarperIndia. His writing has appeared in The New York Times Book Review, The Guardian, The Financial Times, Outlook Traveller, and various other periodicals in North America, Europe, and Asia. Joyce Carol Oates selected his short story "A Bag For Nicholas" for her recent anthology of New Jersey writing. Hirsh is an Advisory Editor at Wasafiri Magazine, a journal based out of the UK's Open University, and a Contributing Editor at The Brooklyn Rail. In 2013, he was a Visiting Writer at Wesleyan University, and he is currently the Interim Director of Drew University's undergraduate creative writing program. He is completing a novel entitled South Haven.


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