Zeba Talkhani has written for the Saudi Gazette, The Manipal Journal, gal-dem, Wasafiri and the Nasty Women anthology. She works in publishing and is a passionate advocate for BAME voices in the publishing industry. She was born in Sirsi, South India, in 1991. She currently lives in London.
Talkhani writes with disarming honesty about how she was able to finally forge an identity away from the confines of family and religion. - VogueA brave new voice that reaches out to us all. - Miranda Doyle, author of A Book of UntruthsAn addictive, vital read. Talkhani interrogates the outsider narrative in ways that feel expansive, timely and wholly inspiring. - Irenosen Okojie, author of Butterfly FishBrilliant and brutally honest, this memoir ropes you in with every page. The intimacy that Zeba evokes will remind you of your own sister opening her heart to you. - Meena Kandasamy, author of When I Hit You, shortlisted for The Women s Prize