“We think of ourselves not as artists but rather as straight shooters with a distinct, discerning eye for the world around us…”Read More
“As with all good books, the questions it poses linger long after the final page…”
Jacob Silkstone reviews Mushtaq Bilal’s collection of interviews with Pakistan’s leading English-language fiction writers.
“Being a woman, I think that feminism cannot be divorced from my art.”
John Robert Lee interviews Shallon Fadlien.
“These poems hold a devotional quality of their own…”
Leeya Mehta reviews ‘Final Cut’, Saleem Peeradina’s fifth collection of poems.
“Leaving traces of its own continual metamorphosis, the book is an echo chamber, a hall of mirrors.”
Katy Lewis Hood reviews ‘Unbearable Splendor’, by Sun Yung Shin.
“What drives me? Madness I think. I just can’t stop.” Haseeb Ali Chrishti interviews Albin Talik.Read More
“Throughout history Korean women have refused to stay marginalized…” The Missing Slate’s August 2016 online poetry issue, edited by Ae Hee Lee and Emily Jungmin Yoon.Read More
“Society also plays a role by responding to an artist’s work, and their reaction — whether positive or negative, influences the artists’ decision to make more of such work or not.” Shameen Arshad interviews Shanzay Subzwari.Read More
“As both a woman and someone who has struggled as an LGBTQ individual, I can easily discuss concerns that arise from both identities.” Varda Nisar interviews LGBTQ artist for social change Devon Reiffer.Read More
“Perhaps it is only through the button eyes of a perceptive monster that he can express his love of complex humanity…” Constance A. Dunn reviews Neil Gaiman’s ‘The View from the Cheap Seats’.Read More