The Story of a Story is in the point of view of a story, as it is being written, bemoaning its miserable existence. It appears in Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, issue 120, page 10.

The Saviors of Scarborough is a one-act play published in The Louisville Review, Volume 76, page 119.

My full-length play, Jaathi, enjoyed a staged reading on April 17, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio.

My article, “Destination Cleveland: Spreading the word about Ohio’s great cultural center to the north” is on page 10. Check it out.

I’m also a blogger at GeekMom:

September 2016

Gaming for Good

7 Things About the SevenHugs HugOne

August 2016

‘Kinky Boots’: White Male Privilege

Pizzalympics and Chocolate War: A Competitive Birthday Party

Koincha: A Bit of Indian Culture

Profound Perseid Ponderances

Mixed Response to ‘Cursed Child’ (With Spoilers)

Kid-Friendly Travel Guide to AnyCity, USA

July 2016

Food Games I Play With My Kids

‘The Daily Show’ in CLE

Learn About South Asia Through KitaabWorld

Parenting Cheat Codes: Answers to the Unanswerable

Can Cleveland Keep Feeling the Love?

June 2016

May 2016

The Science of Fiction: Mudbloods

Harmione? Nope.

Don’t Call Me Foreign

The Ideanator, Issue 1: 9 3/4 Birthday and More

Phoenix Home Organizers

Shedding the Shoulds

DIY: Make Your Own Screen-Printed T-shirt

Q&A with Gene Luen Yang

May is National Short Story Month

April 2016

Asian Representation: Counterpoint


7 Ways to Celebrate National Library Week

Chima’s ‘Flamecaster’ Burns Bright

Creating a Voice for Asian American Writers

16 Ways to Celebrate Square Root Day

March 2016

Cleveland Indian of a Different Sort

Cult of Pursonality

How to Get Away with Clutter

‘Blue Territory’: A Paperback Parental Retreat

It’s Time to Celebrate Pi Day

I Need to Fun More

How Four Kids LEGO of Self-Doubt and (MIND)STORMed the Castle

February 2016

How Not to Install a Water Heater

How Karaoke Rid Me Of Stage Fright

Can I Be Him for the Weekend?

January 2016

Do You Pinterest?

In Defense of Hypocrisy

If You Can Dance, You Can Code

December 2015

So Your Kid Wants a Hoverboard

November 2015

Why I Let My Kids Play Fantasy Sports

Should Parents Sign Those Sports Media Permission Waivers?

Haiku Night

October 2015

In Defense of Television