Excerpts from Aneesha Capur’s book, Stealing Karma have won awards/been short listed in the 2003 Writer’s Digest Short Story Competition, the 2003 Glimmer Train Press Fiction Open Contest, and the 2004 Glimmer Train Press Short Story Competition. Aneesha Capur is enrolled in the MFA program at Warren Wilson. She received a fellowship to attend a residency at the Vermont Studio Center in October 2006 and has attended The Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference in 2005 and 2006. Aneesha has an MBA from Wharton, with a professional career that spans private, nonprofit and academic sectors, including JP Morgan Chase, Economists Inc. and The United Nations.
She writes business cases and other publications for Wharton. She has also edited and written cases and articles for Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Knowledge@Wharton, The Leadership Digest, and Stanford University (available through Harvard Business Publishing). Aneesha also writes book reviews for The San Francisco Chronicle and Curled Up With A Good Book. Aneesha Capur was born in India, spent most of her childhood in Africa, and recently moved from New York to San Francisco. She is represented by the Miriam Altshuler Literary Agency.