In The Works

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI

In this column, 15-year old Priyanka Voruganti explores her identity as a young feminist, an artist, and a POC through a combination of fiction, poetry, and personal essay pieces. She hopes to deliver the experiences of a young girl "in the works" of developing a perceptive eye on the world around her.

 

In the Works

Dear Chris Kraus

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI

Bi-weekly In The Works writer Priyanka Voruganti is back with an ode to American bestseller author and filmmaker Chris Kraus.


In The Works

The American Wilderness

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI


In The Works

The Innards of Absurdity

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI


In The Works

Hotel Pool, 2PM

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI

"I'm eight, and I'm swimming in a pool. I'm in Georgia. I'm alone. My dad is somewhere doing work, and my brother is at the other end of the abyss. I'm kicking my legs. The other eight-year old girls are kicking their legs. I can kick like them, but something is always off."


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The Absurd of Absurdity

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI

"The lady is sitting down, holding a pen. A piece of blank paper is in front of her. She fiddles with the instrument. She breathes, and she writes. What is soon to come is Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex"


In The Works

Seetha's Story

By PRIYANKA VORUGANTI Photography MELISSA NELSON

In this column, 15-year old Priyanka Voruganti explores her identity as a young feminist, an artist, and a POC through a combination of fiction, poetry, and personal essay pieces. She hopes to deliver the experiences of a young girl "in the works" of developing a perceptive eye on the world around her.