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  • Born To Shun

    Andrew Paul Grell The amusement park no longer rises cold and stark. The kids had to find another place to huddle in the mist. Most of them, anyway. The third replenishment from the fourth inundation couldn’t find funding, not city,… Read More ›

  • Hanan Highlights the Stories Never Told

    Esra’ AlNaggar By the beginning of 2011, the Arab World experienced political disturbances as revolutions started erupting from one country to another. Yemen was no exception. What has been called ‘The Change Square’ was filled with Yemeni youth, who aspired… Read More ›

  • Freespeech: Under the Microscope

    Suhail AlHammady In order to be able to think ,you have to risk being offensive! ~ Jordan Peterson. In an interview on the CBC news channel in October 2016, a clinical psychologist/Professor went on a heated debate with a transgender… Read More ›

  • Muse’s Monologue

    Maryam Qureshi By wearing the cloak of invisibility, it is the muse that is visible everywhere in the writer’s words or Wisdom. It is not present anywhere even then it is the only one showing up itself repeatedly. “Nature’s my… Read More ›

  • Give Your Old Book a Chance to Breathe

    Esra’ AlNaggar “When I visited America back in 2013, I was really amazed by the crowded libraries, reading corners, and assiduous readers who were holding books everywhere in the streets, buses, trains and even in restrooms – something that made… Read More ›

  • Make up Dos and Donts

    Curated by Esra’ AlNaggar “Every women should look beautiful that is what I strongly believe and that is what made me start my make up journey three years ago. As a child, I was fascinated by art and make- up… Read More ›

  • My First Sole Little Letter Calling All

    Paweł Markiewicz ringing so beauteously-muse-like and winged like eternally gentle pinion of a melancholic harp Dear valued mellow quaint readers-dreamers!             At 5.30 pm the meek time has come with the dream-full  inception, so that a new flimsy Sturm and… Read More ›

  • Sorrows In My Heart

    Ogu Chukwuebuka Kizito That night I had awoken with a sad hollow feeling. That feeling that creeps into your soul and takes away any atom of joy in your life. It was in the middle of the night. It was… Read More ›

  • Nikita Parik’s ‘Diacritics of Desire’

    Book Review by Gopal Lahiri Painting WordlightPoetry is one of the most powerful instruments for our survival and represents itself as a complete little universe where language is all important, charging with emotion and intelligence. ‘Diacritics of Desires’. the debut… Read More ›

  • Tanfsah – The Name Speaks for itself

    Curated by Layal AlEryani My name is Hala Sharafaldeen AlSaidi, born in Sanaa (Yemen) and currently residing in Cairo (Egypt). I have lived in multiple places and studied in different schools. I majored in Interior design. I’m married now &… Read More ›