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nikiborghei
Niki Borghei is a dedicated writer, artist, and bibliophile from Los Angeles. She is currently a college student pursuing studies in comparative literature and classical languages. Her short story "Silent Words" was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt when she was seventeen. A year prior to that, her poem "Spring Rain" was published in the Heritage Roses New Zealand Journal. While she currently focuses on shorter works of fiction and nonfiction, she plans to experiment with longer works of creative writing in the near future. Apart from writing, Niki revels in the archaic arts of bookbinding and calligraphy. She is also passionate about learning languages, and has thus far gained proficiency in Persian, Greek, and Korean.
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Niki’s Latest Articles

Lifestyle

Why Eco-Minimalism Is Crucial for Sustainable Living

by Niki Borghei
Poetry

Conversations: A Poem

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Culture

New Year, New Languages

by Niki Borghei
Spirituality

Why We Should Study Philosophy

by Niki Borghei
Art

The Worn-Out Writer

by Niki Borghei
Art

Justice and Art

by Niki Borghei
Spirituality

Albert Camus and the Wisdom of Meaninglessness

by Niki Borghei
Food

Adventures on a Plant-Based Diet

by Niki Borghei
Poetry

Spring Cleaning

by Niki Borghei