Tag: Pakistan

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On the Map 2017: Ramsha ASHRAF

Ramsha ASHRAF (poet, playwright; Pakistan) has a collection of poetry, Enmeshed (2015), publishes poems on her blog Escritura 415 and elsewhere, and...

Interview
Usman ALI

Usman ALI (playwright; Pakistan) researches physical and non-verbal theater, and is...

Interview
On the Map 2015: Harris KHALIQUE (Pakistan)

"On the Map" is a series of interviews with writers while they are in Iowa City participating in the International Writing Program's fall...

Interview

"On the Map" is a series of interviews with writers while they are in Iowa City participating in the International Writing Program's fall residency. The...

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Interview

"On the Move" is a series of interviews with American writers traveling with the IWP on various study and reading projects. Produced in association with the...

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Interview

"On the Move" is a series of interviews with American writers traveling with the IWP on various study and reading projects. Produced in association with the...

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Interview
On the Move 2011: Nathalie Handal

"On the Move" is a series of interviews with American writers traveling with the IWP on various study and reading projects. Produced in association with the...

6min
Interview

[ON THE MAP 201X]" writer name (writer country) "On the Map" is a series of interviews with writers participating in the International Writing Program's...

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  • Ranjit Hoskote’s speech at the 2024 Goa Literary Festival addresses the current situation in Gaza.

  • In NY Times, Bina Shah worries about the state of Pakistani—and American—democracy.

  • “I went to [Ayodhya] to think about what it means to be an Indian and a Hindu... ”  A new essay by critic and novelist Chandrahas Choudhury.

  • In the January 2024 iteration of the French/English non-fiction site Frictions, T J Benson writes about “Riding Afrobeats Across the World.” Also new, a next installment in the bilingual series featuring work by students from Paris VIII’s Creative Writing program and the University of Iowa’s NFW program.

  • in NYTimes, Sanam Maher examines a new book about women defending themselves when the justice system in their country won’t.

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