5/19/22- Our Existence Is A Rebellion, 7 pm EST.
3/25/22- Tupelo Press Reading at AWP 2022, 7 pm EST
3/25/22- Book-signing with Kundiman at AWP 2022, 4-5 pm EST, booth 923
3/10/22- Performance for CCCC (Conference on College Composition and Communication), 3 pm EST (Virtual)
2/27/22- New Third World Reading, 3 pm EST (Virtual)
10/19/21- 3rd Annual Tasveer South Asian LitFest reading + panel, 5 pm PST
6/11/21- RAWIFest Poetry Debuts Panel
4/9/21- Performance for CCCC (Conference for College Composition and Communication), 2:30 PM EST
4/8/21- Women Warriors: A Solidarity Reading, 7 pm EST
2/11/21- Interview with Yale University Radio
1/23/21- Reading with Beltway Poetry Review, 1 pm EST.
10/9/20- Kundiman Reading with New York University, 8 PM EST.
7/10/20- Good Words Reading Series, with Kip Miller. Curated by Lauren Prastien and Katie Willingham.
6/24/20- Wild and Precious Life Series, with January O’Neil, Paisley Rekdal, & Brendan Walsh. 7 pm EST.
5/26/20– Poetry Is Bread, a distance reading series. Curated by Tina Cane.
5/10/20– Soul Sister Revue
4/28/20– Night Poems
4/24/20– Liberation Mic
4/18/20– Crucible with Faisal Mohyuddin, Rajiv Mohabir, & Katie Willingham, curated by Anthony Frame.
4/5/20– Tupelo Press Reading
3/26/20– Tupelo Press Reading
12/20/19– Featured Artist with Muslim Writers Collective. New Women Space, Brooklyn, NY.
7/6/19– Ars Poetica Reading with Nkosi Nkululeko. Algonquin Hotel, New York, NY.
6/28/19– Featured Artist at Liberation Mic. Justice Center en el Barrio, New York, NY.
4/18/19– City of Pearls Book Launch, with Sham-e-Ali Nayeem & Hollis Wong-Wear. Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop, Brooklyn, NYC.
3/30/19– Literaoke, with AAWW, Kundiman, & Kaya Press. AWP 2019, Portland, OR.
3/29/19– Allama Iqbal’s Diasporic Children, with Faisal Mohyuddin, Shadab Zeest Hashmi, & Raza Ali Hassan. AWP 2019, Portland, OR.
7/30/18– What Is Not Beautiful Book launch, with Shamar Hill and Tyree Daye. Cornelia Street Cafe, New York, NY.
4/18/18– Translation/Migration Mixtape, with Raquel Salas Rivera, Asiya Wadud, Janice Lobo Sapigao, & Raquel Salas Riveral. Asian American Writers’ Workshop, New York, NY.
2/3/18– Featured Poet for Closing Dinner for Zarina: Dark Roads. A/P/A Institute at NYU, New York, NY.
Crucible Reading (Video) with Faisal Mohyuddin, Rajiv Mohabir, and Katie Willingham. Curated by Anthony Frame
Excerpt from Soul Sister Revue (Video) with Tiana Clark, Chinaka Hodge, Hala Alyan, & Aricka Foreman
Poetry In Protest: A Solidarity Reading, with Asian American Writers’ Workshop & PEN America
Women Warriors: A Solidarity Reading, with Asian American Writers’ Workshop
Our Existence Is A Rebellion, with Sham-e-Ali Nayeem & Asian American Writers’ Workshop
“Hypothetically Speaking“, feature in Sham-e-Ali Nayeem’s poetry recording & musical composition as vocalist & translator (with Zara Khadeeja Majoka)
Hard Hat Reading Series, with Poets House
Photo Credit: Fati Abubakar