Reviews – Fall 2014
Akhil Sharma follows his awardwinning debut, An Obedient Father, with Family Life, a firstperson bildungsroman about a boy and his older brother migrating to the United States East Coast from India in the late ’70s.
Farah Ghuznavi’s collection of short stories is an opportunity to journey to Bangladesh, to live alongside the characters and share their dreams, aspirations and fears.
This anthology is a pleasant and refreshing surprise. I found myself captivated, moved,
and inspired by the wideranging essays written by young SikhAmerican women.