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Neha Maqsood is a Pakistani writer whose essays and op-eds on South Asian culture, race-relations, and global feminism have been published in Teen Vogue, Business Insider, Foreign Policy, Al Jazeera, The Doe, DAWN, and other places.
Her poetry, too, has been featured in numerous literary journals and anthologies including the Kenyon Review, Ninth Letter, Ambit Magazine, Aleph Review, and PROTOYPE. Her debut poetry chapbook was awarded the Hellebore Poetry Scholarship Award and was published by Hellebore Press in 2021.
She is graduate of Imperial College London, and is currently pursuing a medical degree at the University of Bristol
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