Her Name Is Kaur has now been released!

While Her Name is Kaur is specific to the Sikh American woman’s experience, the truths told in it about identity and faith, and relationships and love are universal. Many of the stories are set against the backdrop of the post 9/11 environment, discrimination, and violence. The courageous voices of the writers give us all the strength to come into our own as strong women with a community of support around them. — Deepa Iyer, former Executive Director, South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)

Her_Name_Is_Kaur cover updatedWe are excited to announce that our anthology of short stories Her Name Is Kaur: Sikh American Women Write About Love, Courage, and Faith has now been released and is shipping from Amazon!

Her Name Is Kaur: Sikh American Women Write About Love, Courage, and Faith explores love from many angles, offering rich, critical insight into the lives of Sikh women in America. Eye-opening and multifaceted, this collection of stories encourages its readers to take the feeling of love and turn it into action—practical action that will make the world a better place for everyone, regardless of their faith or creed.

As the current #1 best-seller in Amazon’s Sikhism category, we are very proud of our authors who worked to bring this collection together. It is significant. It matters. They have paved the way for Sikh American women to be part of important conversations in the U.S.

You can purchase your own copy of this groundbreaking collection from Amazon. We look forward to engaging with our community to explore the important conversations arising from the themes in this book. And, we thank you for your continued support of our project.

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