Bix Gabriel

Instructor & Writer
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Bix Gabriel is a writer, teacher of creative writing, editor at The Offing magazine, 2021 Periplus Fellow, co-founder of TakeTwo Services, occasional Tweeter, and seeker of the perfect jalebi.

She has a M.F.A in fiction from Indiana University-Bloomington, and her writing appears in the anthology A Map is Only One Story, on Longleaf Review, Catapult, Guernica, and Electric Literature, among others. Her debut novel, Archives of Amnesia, was a finalist for the 2021 PEN Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction.

She was born in Hyderabad, India, and lives in Queens, NY.


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Cover Photo: An image of Laia Jufresa against a pink background and leaves and mushrooms make a border along the image
Writers Who Eat: Laia Jufresa in Conversation with Bix Gabriel

This is still how I write, and this is also how I cook.

Jul 27, 2021
Cover Photo: An image of T Kira with a bowl of soup and steam
Writers Who Eat: T Kira Mahealani Madden in Conversation with Bix Gabriel

Food, writing, they’re both offerings of building community and communication.

May 24, 2021
Cover Photo: A pattern of green pear, purple and and orange berries, and yellow jackets surround a center photo of Ross Gay
Writers Who Eat: Ross Gay Conversation with Bix Gabriel

“I’m writing about my relationship with the land, and I need to get from sorrow to debt to gratitude.”

Apr 05, 2021
Cover Photo: Photograph by Anthony Garand/Unsplash
What Do I Gain From Citizenship—and What Do I Lose?

There are rules to who gets to live the American dream, and who doesn’t.

Nov 27, 2018