Farha Mukri is a writer, software engineer and translator from Mumbai, living in Chicago.
Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in the other side of hope, Bellingham Review, Sahitya Akademi's Indian Literature Journal and CALYX Journal. Her creative nonfiction has been published in Matador Network, The Hindu, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and others. She volunteers as a translator for Voices of Rural India, a curated platform that empowers rural storytellers. She has studied fiction and nonfiction writing through courses at Stanford University Online, The University of Chicago Graham School, Catapult and StoryStudio Chicago.
She is an alumna of The Ohio State University and Sardar Patel College of Engineering. She has built and led cohesive teams, designed and implemented digital solutions for startups as well as large companies in her twelve-year long career as an engineering manager and software engineer.