Farha Hasan began her writing career in the Advertising industry where she was involved in the writing, casting, and production of fifteen TV commercials and six radio commercials related to ethnic advertising. Currently she has shifted her focus to fiction. Her short stories have been published in various ezines and small circulation press such as, Binnacle , Down in the Dirt, Toasted Cheese, Wild Violet, Skyline Magazine and The Griffin.
Farha’s stories focus on the experiences of second generation South Asians born in the 70s and 80s. This generation comes from a community that is more firmly entrenched in North American culture and as a result has moved past the usual identity issues.