A reflection about how we learn and practice religion, featuring God, a demon bird, a pharaoh, and a blue-furred alien.
A personal essay about how reading and writing in many languages have shaped the person and writer I am today.
A story about a group of punks in an Islamic school in Jakarta, who stood up against an abusive teacher. Published in the Griffith Review’s New Asia Now edition, featuring 49 authors from Asia Pacific under 45 years of age.
At MWF Eliza spoke at the panels Muslim Feminism, Protest & Rebellion, and Writers Across Borders. She was also one of the surprise guests at Dumbo Feather’s Caravan Conversation.