Iman Sultan is a writer and journalist. Her work has appeared in National Geographic, Al Jazeera, W, Elle, i-D, Harper’s Bazaar, Allure Magazine, Playboy, Input Magazine, ZORA Magazine, Aesthetica Magazine, Hyperallergic, Dawn, LA Review of Books and many other publications.

Iman’s work connects the local with the global, and she is adept at writing in-depth features that get to the heart of a story. She has written about a CCTV sexual harassment scandal at a university in Pakistan, the $5.2 million lawsuit against curly hair giant DevaCurl, the experiences of Afghan women after a year of Taliban rule, and more.

Iman regularly writes on art, pop culture, books, music, food and more. She wrote the first authoritative guide on where to find halal food in Philadelphia, and she has profiled the likes of Grammy-award winning singer Arooj Aftab, artist Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Jr., and global R&B superstar Yuna.

Iman has a wide range of experience working in communications and editorial roles. She offers editing and production services to clients for an hourly rate.

You can find her essays, erstwhile musings and more in her newsletter, IMAN SULTAN WRITES.