Haramacy emerged from conversations with underrepresented journalists. This anthology provides a platform for twelve Middle Eastern and South Asian writers to delve into overlooked topics. It explores experiences of visibility, invisibility, love, strength, and race, offering a nuanced portrayal of feeling fractured both in the UK and their countries of origin. Celebrating heritage and adopted homes, the anthology illuminates the diverse shades that compose our society.
Notably, after creating the concept and theme of the book, alongside my friend Tara Joshi, I sourced, commissioned, project managed, and edited all contributions while also providing one of my own.
'A beautiful love letter to the diaspora, Haramacy is an essential collection of essays that push the conversation forward on issues to do with visibility, mental health, race and class' Nikesh Shukla
'A superbly crafted collection of essays. Often elegant, often visceral, always essential' Musa Okwonga