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The injured Earth by Laila Rahman. Image Courtesy ArtChowk Gallery.


“No red kites over the field this morning… No haunt. No song. Only the heaven’s blue/ Graceless fire…” Weekend poem, by Theophilus Kwek.

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Hunt 1947

“A nightmare that will end well. László Luka was hoping for this.” Story of the Week (June 24), by Zsuzsa Selyem. Translated from Hungarian by Erika Mihálycsa.

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Anthology 2014

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Voices in Verse Vol. 1: ‘I Don’t Know What It Means To Be A Pakistani’

Farda Ali Khan performs her poem, ‘I Don’t Know What It Means To Be A Pakistani’. In a close competition, she placed third in a competition that showcased the talents of young poets under 30, from backgrounds as diverse as medicine, computer science and engineering, and the literary arts. The poem examines the shifting sands of culture against a backdrop of fragile patriotism.

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Voices in Verse Vol. 1: ‘When Your Body Smiles’

Finalist and winner Orooj-e-Zafar performs her winning poem, ‘When Your Body Smiles’. She tied with Risham Amjad when the panel of judges that included poet and TMS contributor Ilona Yusuf and the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, was undecided on who to give the final prize to. Her poem speaks to the importance of being true to who you are and the daily struggle of being comfortable in your own skin.