“And the crushing of these hopes and dreams is what Sabyn Javeri leverages with incredible skill.” Casey Harding reviews ‘Nobody Killed Her’, by Sabyn Javeri.Read More
“Hassan began taking photographs as a hobby and is now very keen on making a profession out of it.” Haseeb Chishti interviews Syed Hassan Pasha.Read More
Presenting the first writing contest exclusively for writers in Pakistan. Guest judge: Sabyn Javeri. Deadline: May 15, 2017!Read More
As a special web anthology, The Missing Slate presents the work of its second fiction writing workshop graduates.Read More
“The narrative is fragmented and nightmarish, existing in a state of almost-perpetual darkness, but perhaps necessarily so…”
Jacob Silkstone reviews ‘Z213: Exit’, the first volume in Dimitris Lyacos’ Poena Damni trilogy.
“A moment of seeing and speaking to each other through and against the fences…”
The Missing Slate’s February 2017 online poetry issue.
“The presence of an audience is nice, the vindication of recognition and even the money you get for hard work is nice too, but it can’t beat the satisfaction of creating something. The final piece on display for all to view has an existence like no other.”
Shameen Arshad interviews Faraz Aamer Khan.
“Its fragmentation gives … the impression of a Japanese fan: a wealth of perspectives, intricate etchings in every panel…”
Pratyusha Prakash on Natalie Wee’s ‘Our Bodies & Other Fine Machines’.
“‘Home’ is a really abstract concept. I like to move, so I consider wherever I am a ‘little home’ in some sense.” Noah Klein interviews Daniela Stubbs.Read More
From Leonard Cohen to literary translations, a hip hop artist to a Hollywood musical, bildungsroman to the passing of a great art critic, The Missing Slate’s 2016 picks reflect a year of diversity and nostalgia.Read More