Kudrat Wadhwa

Kudrat is an independent journalist who shuttles between New York City and her hometown in Punjab, India. She holds a BA in Anthropology from Brown University and is currently pursuing an MFA in Literary Reportage at New York University.

Stories By Kudrat Wadhwa

The Cartoonist Whose Parents Were Secretly Spies

In her first graphic novel, Narratively Contributor Sophia Glock documents her teenage unraveling after she figured out what her mom and dad really did for a living.

This Writer Seriously Knows Her Sh*t

Science journalist Lina Zeldovich turned her award-winning Narratively story into a book that teaches you way more than you ever thought you needed to know about the power of poop.

The Appalachian Writer Imagining What the Climate Apocalypse Will Look Like

Narratively contributor Alison Stine on her new novel and her advice for writers looking to find their voice.