Tag: Mirza Waheed
The Torturable ClassFebruary 2014
When it comes to Kashmir, India acts as a police state, holding even speech hostage. Why this obsession with narrative control?
Mirza Waheed: An Elegy Sung by ApparitionsJanuary 2014
On the Djinns of Kashmir.
“These infidels cannot insult us like this. If you have the courage, come and face us out in the open. You cannot tie down a speechless animal and think you have beaten us…”
The Literature of Conflicted LandsFebruary 2012
Novelists Mirza Waheed, Roma Tearne, and Daisy Hasan on how novels help us understand the strife-filled regions of Asia.