’s most recent book, a novel about
a girl who poses as a male student at Yale University in the 1930s,
will be published by Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, in
2007. She is the editor—and a contributor to—Mixed:
An Anthology of Short Fiction on the Multiracial Experience (W.W.
Norton), which includes original pieces by Ruth Ozeki, Danzy Senna,
Peter Ho Davies, Cristina Garcia, Wayde Compton, Rebecca Walker, and
Diana Abu-Jaber. Her other works include Death of a Circus (Red Hen) and the careers guide Outwitting the
Job Market (Globe Pequot), as well as numerous articles on diversity
and the workplace, which have been published in the Wall Street
Journal, India Abroad, India New England, and
Vault.com, among others.