Features Editor Maria Amir writes of the silent battles being waged between art and soul
Denied respect for much of literary history, what is the true value of escapist fiction? Features Editor Sana Hussain expounds.
An introduction to the Caribbean writers’ feature By John Robert Lee “I accept this archipelago of the Americas.” ~ Derek Walcott (‘The Muse of History’) In their introduction to the comprehensive ‘The Oxford B...
Features Editor Sana Hussain's essay explores sexual power plays in Pakistani Urdu writer Ismat Chughtai’s short stories.
"Perhaps the most annoying pro-choice synonym I have discovered for being fat is “bubbly”. As if the extra poundage somehow magically morphs into excess humor and verbosity," writes Features Editor Maria Amir in the Winter ...
"While moral ambiguity is not an option for superheroes, how far can a writer take political and social messages of their time without resorting to the pulpit?" asks Deputy Articles Editor Mahnoor Yawar.
From a Facebook page to bringing out Pakistan's first true comic book, Ghausia Rashid Salam traces the progress of the Kachee Goliyan Comics' boys.
In exquisite prose, Features Editor Maria Amir ruminates 'freedom', what it means now and whether an absolute definition is even merited.
Features Editor Sana Hussain writes of Pakistan's arguably most controversial writer in Urdu and how the troubled writer coped with 1947's partition from India.
In the seventh issue's cover feature, Sana Hussain writes about the constant quest for belonging in literature from the Lost Generation up to and including the twenty first century.