Anam Raheem is the youngest daughter of Pakistani immigrants to the United States. A writer and social impact strategist, Anam lived in Palestine for five years, where she established a coding school in Gaza and the West Bank. Her creative writing spans fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, and her short story “Tessellation” was nominated by Wasafiri Literary Magazine for their New Writing Prize in 2021. Anam lives in New Jersey and is currently at work on a book exploring Palestinian resistance as an extension of the natural world. Follow along on her writing journey here.