Writing

Blogs

Most of what I write is on my blogs:

My current blog posts are assorted essays and commentaries on design, music, public policy, life in general.

Beggar at Ghazi Chowk started as a class project to write about Pakistani culture and the War on Terror. In there I found music as a beat, and wrote about being Pakistani, visiting home, and seeing Pakistani culture changing. Most of these pieces are very much stuck in their time, and make more sense as a whole than on their own.

Random Published Work

Linked to the publication's site where possible, otherwise reverted to cross-posts from my blog:

I've also written a few posts for Patari's Haftanama.

The Daily Princetonian

From March 2010 to May 2013 I was regular columnist for the Daily Princetonian a.k.a. the Prince.

Archive of columns (linked to Prince website where possible, otherwise reverted to cross-posts from my blog):