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An Equatorial Seduction

There in the salon of my memory, I had peace of mind, calmly sitting waiting for a lover for whom I dressed with full makeup and perfumes. I had bought … Read more

Whispers of Resilience

In the heart of a small land where dreams are often swallowed by the shadows of occupation, therelived a passionate girl whose spirit refused to be extinguished. From the earliest … Read more

Exploring, Engaging, Imagining

Osman Shinger

A Lorry of Dust

Just when the lorry stopped in front of the desert cafe, a barren miserable woman appeared from an unknown place. … continue reading
Omar Alsaiem

Diary of a Corpse Swollen with Life

After the soldier’s body thrown next to the petrol station swelled, his small diary began to descend as trying to … continue reading
Tala Albanna looking at Sunrise in Gaza City

The Sun Rose Today

Her heart was shaking When we were playing in a circle Her wide–brown eyes Opened like an owl under a … continue reading

Obatit’s Ploys

“What’s the shame of being Ethiopian?” She whispered to herself. Suddenly, a year ago when she fled to Sudan, she … continue reading

Art submissions


Suhad Khatib: On Art and Genocide

Suhad Khatib, an Amman-based artist & designer. Reversing the harm of propaganda through art and philosophy. One painting/study at a … continue reading
Photo of P.L. Stuart and his book covers

Reality Cloaked in High Fantasy: Author P.L.Stuart Discusses His Innovative The Drowned Kingdom Saga

P.L. Stuart was born in Toronto, Canada. He holds a university degree in English, specializing in Medieval Literature. P.L. is … continue reading

A Conversation with Speculative Fiction Writer Zoha Kazemi

Zoha Kazemi is an Iranian speculative fiction writer. She was born in 1982, in Tehran and is currently living there. … continue reading

A Conversation With Marguerite Dabaie

Marguerite Dabaie, author of the graphic novel The Hookah Girl and Other True Stories (Rosarium 2018), draws autobio, socio-political, and … continue reading

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