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Parul Sehgal
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Parul Sehgal 9h
Replying to @ProfMSinha
Thank you, Manisha!
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Parul Sehgal 21h
Replying to @parul_sehgal
“It seems like I’ve been working on this book all my life.” Revisiting Thora Siemsen's lovely, nourishing interview w/Hartman tonight (I can't let this book go!)
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Brittany Luse Feb 20
I’m looking to talk to a LOT of Black women/ families who’ve had complicated births and would feel comfortable talking to me about their experiences with health care providers and hospitals. I’m trying to talk to as many ppl as possible, so please share far and wide! Thank you!!
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Parul Sehgal Feb 19
Replying to @parul_sehgal
And if you're in NYC, this promises to be great
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Parul Sehgal Feb 19
Replying to @tracysoneill
You studied with her? My envy knows no bounds.
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Parul Sehgal Feb 19
Replying to @Lvandenberg
I'm so sorry, Laura. A beautiful remembrance. (A buzzard!)
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Parul Sehgal Feb 19
Replying to @bthmrsh
(Briefly!)
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Parul Sehgal Feb 19
Replying to @galbeckerman
Hartman is amazing!
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Parul Sehgal Feb 19
What a spectacular student I would have been had history been taught like this (from Saidiya Hartman's exhilarating Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments)
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Emily Nemens Feb 13
New Job Alert! is looking for a digital director:
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Parul Sehgal Feb 12
Replying to @ValeriaLuiselli
Such a pleasure
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Parul Sehgal Feb 12
Replying to @rachsyme
xoxo
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Parul Sehgal Feb 12
Replying to @rachsyme
rachel! thank you.
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Parul Sehgal Feb 12
This brilliant, bruising book publishes today. Read it--not least because I can't imagine a better antidote to a certain Esquire piece
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New York Times Books Feb 11
"The novel truly becomes novel again in her hands — electric, elastic, alluring, new. And the story of the migrant, she believes, insists upon a new form." reviews Valeria Luiselli's "Lost Children Archive."
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Caitlin Dickerson Feb 7
Pretty sure that I have, without exaggeration, thought (/cried) about this story every week since it was published. Congratulations . Wish you didn't have to write it.
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Parul Sehgal Feb 7
This writer + this extraordinary piece. So happy to see 's work recognized
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Parul Sehgal Feb 6
I'm going to miss this column; it's a been a beautiful education. Thanks, TC (+ editor ). My personal favorite: .
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Parul Sehgal Feb 6
Yes! And an extraordinary writer in his own right.
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Parul Sehgal Feb 5
Replying to @zinoman @treygraham
Please. I'm Punjabi. You have no idea what I'm capable of.
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