A satire about precarity, family, memory and survival.
Poems about Partition and coming-of-age as a Pakistani Muslim in America after September 11, 2001.
Love, mourning, hope and loss are the legacies of a war-torn land.
Our highlights for August.
An incitement to engage—taking action against fear and powerlessness.
Poems exploring togetherness, familial responsibility, mother-daughter relationships, marriage and faith.
Worms in the apple—”What makes a murderer different from you and me? And how do we, as a human community, respond to those who flagrantly violate one of our most fundamental taboos?”
“How can the human heart, without ripping apart at the seams, / Ever house the immeasurable heartache of one’s own history?”
Some of the highlights of July’s literary events.
Local author Jay Bonansinga, the best-selling author of the Walking Dead novels, remembers his friend and mentor, science fiction writer Harlan Ellison.