NON-FICTION

2020  Rolling Stone  Veterans Feel Betrayed as U.S. Immigration System Fails Imperiled Iraqi Allies 

2020  Elle Magazine  "Resettling As A Refugee During A Global Pandemic"

2019  Electric Literature  "Shopping for a Boy? Give Him a Book About a Girl"

 

2018  The Washington Post  "'Attacked and starved’: A century-old diary recounts U.S. soldiers trapped behind enemy lines"

2018  Electric Literature  "Medical Knowledge Is Not Enough Without Medical Narratives"

 

2015 — The Believer — "Top 100 US Drug Brand Names and Their Apparent Meaning"

 

2014 — The Believer — "Appointments with Death: a survey of the various poisons used for nefarious purposes in Agatha Christie novels

2012 — Penn Review — "Still Life"

2012 — The Daily Pennsylvanian — “Exclusive Interview: Junot Diaz on writing, Yunior and books that make him angry 

2012 — The Daily Pennsylvanian — “Occupy movement marches on MLK Day in recognition of wealth inequality

FICTION

2021 — AGNI — Forthcoming Spring 

 

2020 — The Kenyon Review — "The Forgetting Diary

              "Why We Chose It" Kirsten Reach's editor's note about "The Forgetting Diary"

2018 — Hypertext — "The Clique Gospels"

2017 — PANK — "The Dry Season"

2017 — American Short Fiction — "Between the Shores"

              "Web Exclusive Interview" Erin McReynolds interviews Shoshana about "Between the Shores"

2017 — Hoot — "Corpuscle"

2016 — The Grief Diaries — "Good & Kind"

2014 — Penn Review — "Topography"

TRANSLATION

2020 — ALTA Conference Chapbook — Selections from "Coffee and Cake" (Origin. Inbar Livnat)

 

2020 — Asymptote  — "Air Plants" (Origin. Inbar Livnat)

 

2020 — Kenyon Review Online  "Party" "Relocation" & "Rift" (Origin. Inbar Livnat) 

2019 — DoubleSpeak — "I" (Origin. Rachel Bluwstein)

2017 — Flash: International Short-Short Story Magazine  "Purity" (Origin. Inbar Livnat)

REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS

2021 — Electric Literature — "The Poems of 'Ghost Letters' Erase Boundaries of Language"

                                                   (Interview with poet and translator, Baba Badji)

 

2020 — Hippocampus — "Review of ‘The Dragons, The Giant, The Women’"

2020 — Hippocampus  "Review of ‘The Magical Language of Others’

2018 — Europe Now — "Review of ‘Bees of the Invisible’"

Select Awards & Honors

  • 2020 - American Literary Translators Association Conference Fellowship

  • 2020 - National Geographic Foundation COVID Reporting Grant

  • 2019 -​ The Bishop J.R.H. Moorman Research Fellowship at Gladstone’s Library 

  • 2019 - Jentel Foundation Fellowship 

  • 2019 - Awesome Project Grant Recipient 

  • 2018 - Columbia University Dean’s Travel Grant Recipient 

  • 2018 - The Pollination Project Grant Recipient

  • ​2018 - Columbia University Fiction Teaching Fellowship