Featuring an interview with Hangama Amiri–poetry by Madiha Ali, J.C. Koum, Mohammed Moussa, Nusaiba Ntakirutimana and Heydayat Ullah–photography by Mohammed Salim Khan and Hadi Mohseni–artwork by Donay Habbak–an essay by Homaira Zamiri
Letters from the beating heart of Palestine by poet and podcaster Mohammed Moussa. #FreePalestine
An interview on craft, expectation and new memory-making with Afghan-Canadian artist Hangama Amiri.
In trying to seek the freedom and home she lost in reality, Homaira Zamiri returns to the map of her imagination.
“Why do men force that which hurt them?” wonders Nusaiba Ntakirutimana. “Maybe it’s because it’s the only way that life was promised to them.”
Issue 1 contributor Donay Habbak returns with her newest fine art series — and instructions on how to live.
Hazara writer Madiha Ali contemplates the possibilities and privileges of dreaming.
Young Rohingya poet Heydayat Ullah highlights the stark realities of life in Burma and Bangladesh.
“Don’t bury me yet,” says J.C. Koum. “Feed me a little more of your time.”
Rohingya photographer Mohammed Salim Khan reports from the frontlines of Kutupalong Camp in Bangladesh.
Vivid scenes from a life written — and read aloud — by the talented Atem Diing Alaak.