There is an interesting moment where brown women in the public eye are caught between mimicking vitriol of white supremacy and silent complacency, Urussa Malik argues
Urussa Malik reviews the Creative Writing Society’s new zine, ‘Truth and Other Associated Works’, edited by Calvin Cheng, Adrian Kanyoli, and Toreh O’Garro
Urussa Malik reviews The Manchester Collective’s ‘Pierrot Lunaire’
Brudenell Social Club is treated to a night of reflection and emotion, courtesy of Welsh talent Novo Amor, writes contributor Urussa Malik.
Urussa Malik reviews Desiree Akhavan’s third project, The Miseducation of Cameron Post
Sally Rooney has been getting a lot of hype. Urussa Malik reads her latest novel, Normal People, to find out how such a comparatively young writer (she’s written two best-selling books by the age of 26) has been so successful.
Urussa Malik reviews a new short story collection which explores what it means to be a woman in Palestine today.
Urussa Malik reviews ‘It’s not about the Burqa’ a collection of intersectional essays by Muslim women, edited by Mariam Khan
Urussa Malik review’s the Creative Writing Society’s ‘Too Shy: Open Mic’ event at Chapter One Books in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.