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#28: Purvi Shah

Humayun Khan
February 14, 2021
52
 MIN
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February 14, 2021
52
 MIN

#28: Purvi Shah

Poet & Social Justice Activist

Purvi Shah is a poet and social justice activist known for her work to enable language access and advocacy for immigrant survivors of violence. She is the author of three collections of poetry, Terrain Tracks, Dark Lip of the Beloved and her most recent work Miracle Marks. Her debut collection, Terrain Tracks, won the Many Voices Project prize and was nominated for the Asian American Writers’ Workshop Members’ Choice Award in 2007. In addition to journals and anthologies, her work is part of public art in Iowa libraries including at Grinnell College.

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Intro/Outro Music: Track: Nimesh Tandey - Floating SpellMusic provided by Mr. Pantomath https://youtu.be/NzTMSlRVpvM‍

Transition Music:Storybook & Cheese (Produced by Lukrembo)https://soundcloud.com/lukrembo 

Episode Transcript

Humayun Khan
Designer & Storyteller

I'm a product designer that consults with startups and enterprise software companies to pay for my fiction writing habit. My debut novel is coming out in 2022 courtesy of Penguin Teen.