Cardyn Brooks introduces her new regular book feature with two reviews on the theme of Mentors, Odysseys, and Collective Memory Read More
First year of Jhalak Prize paints a grim picture of diversity in publishing
Sunny Singh takes a look at the entries for the first year of our prize for writers of colour, finding the industry is missing more than one trick Read More
Camille ain’t dead, honey.
For the future. by Gemma Weekes Listen, it was as if even the dawn was cancelled. No sun waiting to poke from beneath the horizon. All the birds dead, dying or in drunken stupors. Forgotten how to sing. Fresh milk curdled in the fridge and your cereal suiciding itself into ash. This was a darkness… Read More
Let’s tell stories about Pakistan
by Saadia Faruqi Stereotyping hurts, there’s no doubt about it. I teach a class entitled “Muslims in the Media” at my local community college in Houston, Texas in which I parade a laundry list of academic media studies proving beyond a shadow of doubt the negative stereotyping of Muslims in mainstream media. Pakistan, being… Read More
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