Asha Rajan is a Malayalee-Australian writer of short stories and personal essays, who just can’t quit flash fiction or novels. She is a contributing editor at the online literary micro-essay blog, Dead Housekeeping, and at the online writing community, YeahWrite.
Asha is also a freelance editor who’s interested in a wide variety of editing projects.
She completed writing a cosy mystery novella in 2018 which is in edits, and is currently working on a novel set in the hills of Perth, Western Australia. She freely admits to being in servitude to her teacup schnauzer (that her husband insists is more aptly described as a teapot schnauzer).
Asha lives on Whadjuk, Noongar land, which was never ceded. She acknowledges the elders of this land; past, present, and those who are currently emerging. Always was, always will be.
Association of Writers & Writing Programs — 2014 — 2016
The Fellowship of Australian Writers, W.A. — current
The Society of Women Writers, W.A. — current
Writing W.A. — current
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