Madhushree Ghosh's work has been published in the New York Times, The Rumpus, Catapult, Guernica, Longreads, Brevity, Hippocampus, Atlas Obscura, Serious Eats, The Kitchn, DAME, and others. As a woman in science, an immigrant, and a daughter of refugees, her work reflects her roots and her activism. Her current project is a memoir in linked essays, titled Hatke, about outlier women of color who have inspired her to be a tall poppy.
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