Hani Khalil’s fiction and critical essays have been published in CultureBot, Baraza, Muftah, Arab Stages, and Epiphany. His critical work primarily covers the performance of Arab identity in armed conflict across theatre, music, and film. His short story, “An Edifice of the Imagination” appeared in the Egyptian-American Writers Folio edition of Anomaly. Hani volunteers his time with the New York Public Radio Community Advisory Board, the New York City Bar Association Lawyers Assistance Program, and the New Georgia Project. An attorney by profession, he received his BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his JD from Rutgers University. He lives in Brooklyn and studied with Philip Schultz.