Neha Maqsood

Neha Maqsood is a Pakistani writer whose reportage and op-eds on race relations, global feminism, and Southasian culture has been published in Teen Vogue, Al Jazeera English, Foreign Policy, DAWN and other places. Her debut poetry book, ‘Vulnerability’ was awarded the 2020 Hellebore Poetry Scholarship Award and will be published by Hellebore Press in the summer of 2021. You can find her on www.nehamaqsood.com

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