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So glad you could stop in. Come. Sit. Let’s Talk.  I write about food and how it morphs with immigrant journeys. Besides food, I write about science and women of color in science.

A Ms. Magazine Most Anticipated Books for the Rest of Us in 2022, and a 22 Most Anticipated Books in 2022 by South Asian Authors by Brown Girl Bookshelf, “Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family” is now available.

I also talk about my family, our immigrant journey, my childhood in New Delhi and my life as a woman in science in America. I talk about my family a lot. A. Lot.

Tell me your story. I’m here.

Madhushree Ghosh

Essayist. Daughter of Refugees. Immigrant. Scientist. Cook. Immigration-Journeys Explorer. Conversation-Maker. Extroverted-Introvert (also, socially-awkward).

Roots in New Delhi and San Diego.

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by Sari Botton, Oldster Magazine

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“Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family”

Non-fiction: Narrative

Pushcart-nominated essayist Madhushree Ghosh’s “Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family”, expanding on a Longreads essay that received a Notable Mention in The Best American Food Writing 2020, weaving the stories of her refugee Bengali parents, her own move from India to America, and innovative South Asian chefs, and how they used food to recreate their worlds in a new place and maintain connections with their families and cultures. University of Iowa Press, publication date April 4, 2022, by Dana Newman at Dana Newman Literary (world English).

Featured on PBS News Hour

Capturing the horror and hope of India’s recent

COVID-19 surge from afar

Jun 7, 2021 6:40 PM EDT

COVID-19 has torn across India with a deadly ferocity. While infection numbers have dropped from their horrific peaks last month, more than 120,000 new cases were reported on Monday. All the while, Indians living in the U.S. have raced to help friends and family contending with the outbreak. Here are some of their stories, in their own words.

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As I travel the world literally or figuratively, I post some of my photography on social media.  You’ll find a few recipes and food pics too. Here are my latest.

Literary Representation

Dana Newman Literary Agency
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Los Angeles, Los Angeles County 90067, USA

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Publisher, "Khabaar: An Immigrant Journey of Food, Memory and Family"

University of Iowa Press
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Ph: 800-621-2736

uipress@uiowa.edu