online event; open to the public and all mentees & mentors
Join author Sabina Khan as she discusses her upcoming Young Adult novel, Meet Me in Mumbai, and how to write a character-driven plot about the choices we make and what we would do given the chance to change history.
At Friday Night Salons, a special guest artist shares their personal and professional journey and guides us through a series of inspirational writing prompts.
Sabina Khan is the author of The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali, Zara Hossain Is Here and the upcoming Meet Me In Mumbai. Her books have been featured in Oprah Magazine, Teen Vogue, The New York Times Review, NBC and the BBC. She grew up as a bookworm, but never saw herself reflected in the books she read. As an adult, she read books with her daughters and found that hardly anyone was telling stories about girls, who like her daughters, were from one culture but living in a very different one. A South Asian Muslim immigrant, Sabina was born in Germany, raised in Bangladesh and now lives in British Columbia after having lived in Macao, Illinois and Texas. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Illinois Wesleyan University and works as an Educational Consultant. By night, she is a karaoke enthusiast and puppy wrangler.
all mentees, all mentors, program alum and the public