Quartz published a recent essay by Sonora Jha that went viral, on how we enabled the rapists of an 8-year-old girl in India.
The Seattle Review of Books calls Sonora Jha's work in progress "one of the more anticipated books by a Seattle author." Read the story here.
KUOW (Seattle's NPR station) interviews Sonora Jha on #MeToo and speaking to boys about sexual consent.
The Seattle Times features Sonora Jha in an in-depth magazine feature on Seattle women, #MeToo, and cultural risks.
The Seattle Times interviews Sonora Jha in studio a Facebook Live event.
Real Change newspaper interviews Sonora on stepping in as Hugo House Writer in Residence
Sonora Jha's Guest Op-Ed in The New York Times, April 24, 2014.
Paul Constant of The Stranger reviews Foreign - "A literary-journalistic Odyssey"
An interview in New Asian Writing, June 2014
Interviews & Book Reviews
'From the margins' - The Hindu interviews Sonora.
The Statesman lists Sonora Jha as one of the world's finest novelists, saying: "Sonora Jha’s Foreign sets an unexpected story of love and belonging against the backdrop of farmer suicides in rural India."
A review of Foreign on World Book Reviews, July 2013.
An interview in Platform, a literary arts magazine, July 2013
The Reading Corner, a book blog, gives Foreign a stellar review. Read here.
A lovely review by Postnoon.com. Read here.