This is Home is a short story I wrote last year about a Palestinian woman stuck in the middle of the conflict. Check it out here.
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“Dream of the Housemaid” is my contribution to the theme on Migration. To read the other contribution in Vol II Issue III go here.
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My poem titled “The Capital” is included in “Channels” Volume 19. Channels is an annual publication that features contemporary Sri Lankan Writing and is published by the English Writers’ Cooperative (EWC) Sri Lanka. It’s not available online and I’m posting … Continue reading
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In February 2013, Freedom Press an anarchist publisher in Whitechapel, East London was firebombed. Alex Clarke brought together a group of poets to Donate A Poem for Freedom to raise funds in support of Freedom Press. This is the result … Continue reading
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