Onnesha Roychoudhuri is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and educator. A 2013 fellow at the Center for Fiction, her journalism and creative writing have appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, n+1, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Boston Review, McSweeney’s, and Mother Jones.
She regularly leads workshops on storytelling and writing for organizations across the country, such as the Moth and Reproductive Health Access Project, as well as at universities such as Western Connecticut State University where she is an instructor in the graduate writing program.
Her book Go to Hells: An Updated Guide to Dante’s Underworld was released in April 2015. Her forthcoming book exploring how storytelling can change our political landscape will be published by Melville House Books in 2018.