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1; it’s a powerful demonstration of Lahiri’s newfound commercial clout." Lahiri has also had a distinguished relationship with The New Yorker magazine in which she has published a number of her short stories, mostly fiction, and a few non-fiction including The Long Way Home; Cooking Lessons, a story about the importance of food in Lahiri's relationship with her mother.

Since 2005, Lahiri has been a vice president of the PEN American Center, an organization designed to promote friendship and intellectual cooperation among writers.

In February 2010, she was appointed a member of the Committee on the Arts and Humanities, along with five others.

In December 2015 Lahiri published a non-fiction essay called "Teach Yourself Italian" in The New Yorker about her experience learning Italian.

She took a fellowship at Provincetown's Fine Arts Work Center, which lasted for the next two years (1997–1998).

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In 2001, Lahiri married Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush, a journalist who was then deputy editor of TIME Latin America, and who is now senior editor of TIME Latin America.

Lahiri has taught creative writing at Boston University and the Rhode Island School of Design.

A film adaptation of The Namesake was released in March 2007, directed by Mira Nair and starring Kal Penn as Gogol and Bollywood stars Tabu and Irrfan Khan as his parents.

Lahiri herself made a cameo as "Aunt Jhumpa." Lahiri's second collection of short stories, Unaccustomed Earth, was released on April 1, 2008.

In the essay she declared that she is now only writing in Italian, and the essay itself was translated from Italian to English.

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