Anjali Enjeti

Anjali Enjeti is a novelist from Atlanta. She is an MFA candidate in creative writing at Queens University in Charlotte. Her work as appeared in PasteArtsATLKhabarMinerva Rising, and in two nonfiction anthologies.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Civil Disobedience

The women, as Abbott expertly portrays them, are not simple-minded diarists accounting for the war in the margins of recipes or reports about social engagements....


Subterranean Lives

“Infidelity has such an enduring appeal in novels because it’s shorthand for the idea that the life you show the world is not the real life you live.”...

Subterranean Lives
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