“All poems are love poems, you know.” Continuing our Poet of the Month series, Kyla Pasha talks to Rosario Freire.Read More
Kyla Pasha is a poet and academic from Pakistan. She co-founded Chay Magazine: Sex and Sexuality in Pakistan, South Asia and Abroad, and her first book of poems, ‘High Noon and the Body’, was published in 2010 by Yoda Press, New Delhi. She co-edited ‘Two Loves: Faiz’s Letters from Jail’, a collection of Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s prison letters, which was published in 2011 by Sang-e-Meel Publications, Lahore.
“We are always just this side/ of catastrophe, slightly shattered/ and taped whole by the love/ of those we do not fully/ comprehend…” Poem of the Week (October 7), by Kyla Pasha.Read More
In “Lullabies and Killers”, the poet juxtaposes survival against daily killings and burials. From our ninth issue.Read More
In a piece from our “freedom” issue, Kyla Pasha writes about transitory objects…Read More