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Occasionally you are fortunate enough to stumble upon a book that transports you to a world beyond what your dreams could conceive of and glues you to a couch until you finish it. Erotic Stories is not, as the title might suggest, a of short stories intended only for Punjabi widows to read.

Those who pick up this book because of its intriguing title will not be disappointed.

The book is, indeed, full of luscious and evocative erotic stories told by hilarious, earnest and inspiring Punjabi widows—stories that reveal the inner nature of various characters and allow them to explore their vulnerability and desires.

Erotica also enables the storytellers to develop their artistic craft as they wrestled with the best ways to describe the act of making love in a way that paralleled the beauty inherent in it.

In a time when debates over refugee and immigration policies engulf the world, narratives surrounding the experiences of immigrants abound. Throughout the novel, Jaswal explores the tension between home and country of origin, individual and community and conservative and modern ideologies using vivid metaphors and playful dialogue, and identifying when her characters switch between English and Punjabi.

Jaswal does not paint Southall as an immigrant community that openly embraces gender equality and diversity.

Struggling to find a home is an experience all readers, regardless of immigrant status or national origin, can understand. Jaswal uses it to build empathy and understanding for a community—in fiction and in our physical world—that too often is rendered invisible or brought to life only through stereotypes. We develop empathy and understanding as readers—for the widows, the Southall community and the unique experiences each woman carries.

Part mystery, part romance and part comedy, Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows captures the complexity of an immigrant experience—and the empowerment one can find in celebrating their own identity. Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, she is a feminist theatre artist, activist and writer with a background in performance art and labor rights. Passionate about social justice, she is an avid conversationalist committed to making the world a more just place.

She has been writing for Ms. You can contact her at mbrinsley [at] msmagazine.