Sophia Naz is a poet, author, editor and translator who has published three collections of her poems titled ‘Peripheries’ (2015), ‘Pointillism’ (2017) and ‘Date Palms’ (2017). She also wrote a biography of her mother, ‘Shehnaz’, that was published by Penguin Random House in 2019. Sophia has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize twice, for creative nonfiction in 2016 and for poetry in 2018. Her work features in various literary journals and anthologies in the USA, Europe and South Asia, the list includes Poetry International Rotterdam, The Adirondack Review, The Wire, Chicago Quarterly Review, Blaze Vox, Scroll, The Daily O, Cafe Dissensus, Guftugu, Pratik, Gallerie International, Coldnoon, VAYAVYA, The Bangalore Review, and Madras Courier. Sophia is a USA-based bilingual writer.
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At the October 22 gathering of Surrey Muse, Sophia will introduce her new book in ‘Just Released’. More on the event is here: october-22-2021.
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