American Meo is a transfixing meditation on what it means to be of two places. Born in America but deeply rooted in the culture, history, lore and generational trauma of the Meo people, Muslims from the Mewat region of India, Anisa Rahim takes us on a riveting journey through culture, history, family and her own coming of age.
Elizabeth Gaffney, author of Metropolis and When the World Was Young
Anisa Rahim is a writer, photographer and public interest lawyer. Her writing has been published widely including the anthology New Moons: Contemporary Writing by North American Muslims, edited by Kazim Ali (Red Hen Press). She received an MFA in Creative Writing from Rutgers-Newark. She lives in New Jersey. See more of her work at anisarahim.com.