Fariha Róisín

Fariha Róisín is an Australian-Canadian writer, editor and multi-disciplinary artist. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, Vice, Village Voice and others. Previously, she has co-written a self-care column for The Hairpin, an astrology column for them and was the writer-at-large and culture editor for The Juggernaut. From 2012 to 2016 she co-hosted the podcast Two Brown Girls.She is the founder of Studio Ānanda, a space of cultivation and archive for radical, anti-colonial wellness. She has published How To Cure A Ghost (Abrams 2019), Being In Your Body (Abrams 2019) and Like A Bird (Unnamed Press 2020) which was named one of the Best Books of 2020 by NPR, Globe and Mail, Harper’s Bazaar, a must-read by Buzzfeed News and received a starred review by the Library Journal. Her first work of non-fiction is forthcoming and entitled Who Is Wellness For? On Radical Wellness (HarperWave, Spring 2022).