One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter
EssaysBook - 2017
Anxiety -- Humor.
Social role -- Canada.
East Indians -- Canada -- Social life and customs.
East Indians -- Canada -- Biography.
Women, East Indian -- Canada -- Biography.
Women authors, Canadian -- 21st century -- Biography.
One day we will all be dead and none of this will matter
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The daughter of Kashmiri Indian immigrants, Scaachi Koul was born in Canada, and grew up in Calgary, Alberta before moving to Toronto for university. There she became a writer and editor for BuzzFeed Canada, and started dating a white man more than a decade her senior who she kept secret from her parents for many years. She sparked on a storm on Twitter in 2016 when she put out a call for more diverse submissions. Her debut collection of essays addressing growing up at the intersection of two cultures, fighting for a place in either one, while constantly defending choices her parents do not understand or approve of. Koul approaches this subject with a biting humour that belies the seriousness of the subject matter.
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