Soniah Kamal is a Pushcart Prize-nominated essayist and fiction writer. She is the author of Unmarriageable. Her debut novel An Isolated Incident was a finalist for the Townsend Award for Fiction, the KLF French Fiction Prize, and is an Amazon Rising Star pick. Her short story 'Fossils,' judged by Claudia Rankine, won the 2017 Agnes Scott Festival Fiction Award, and her short story 'Jelly Beans' was selected for the 2017 Best of Asian Fiction Anthology. Soniah's 2017 TEDx talk, Redreaming Your Dream, is about giving yourself the gift of a second chance. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, Catapult, The Chicago Quarterly Review, The Missing Slate, BuzzFeed, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Huffington Post, Literary Hub, The Rumpus, The Normal School and more. She teaches writing at Oglethorpe University.