Check out what these folks have to say about Fatimah's work. 


Fatimah Asghar’s First Collection of Poetry is A Warning of the Consequences of Ignoring History in the Chicago Reader

Fatimah Asghar Questions What It Means To Be American in Broadly

How Fatimah Asghar Turned the Traumas of Colonialism and Diaspora Into Poetry in Hello Giggles

Poet Fatimah Asghar on South Asian Culture, Queerness, and Micro-Aggression Bingo in Bustle

Fatimah Asghar’s Poetry Captures A Queer Pakistani Muslim Woman in America in Dazed

Fatimah Asghar and Sam Bailey’s Web Series Brown Girls Could Be The Next Insecure in W Magazine

How the web series Brown Girls offers a voice to Queer Women of Color in TIME. 

Fatimah Asghar on why her web series is a love letter to “Brown Girls” everywhere in Colorlines.

Women of color call the shots in Chicago-based webseries Brown Girls in Chicago Reader. 

16 Women of Color who made History in 2016 in Colorlines.

Why Brown Girls is your next binge-worthy web series in BET. 

Web Series Brown Girls is a love letter to queer women of color in Vice/ Broadly.

Brown Girls puts women front and center in the Chicago Tribune.

Brown Girls is a quietly revolutionary story about friendship in MTV. 

Brown Girls web series creator says joy is a powerful political weapon in Huffington Post.

Why Storytellers of color ignore the usual gatekeepers, take chance on internet in NPR

Brown Girls is a web series by us and for us in The Fader. 

Watch the Debut Episode of the Revolutionary new Web Series Brown Girls in Elle

Brown Girls is the show about women, love and friendship you’ve been waiting for in Jezebel. 

Interview in The Guardian about Brown Girls.