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Opinion April 21, 2018
Hiding anger in the face of bigotry
“I have lived my life in the shadow of a myth: the angry Arab, the enraged ethnic, the unruly barbarians. It was made mythic only by a white conservative media. At home I knew one reality close to this – worn Arab hands that held the cane, the belt, …”
Opinion February 17, 2018
Representation and diversity
“As a marginalised poet beginning to have some small measure of success, I’m not supposed to talk about this. I am supposed to take what is given, speak as wound, as tragic past come good, and if I should succeed, treat it as the accidental byproduct …”
Portrait March 03, 2018
Artist Ato Ribeiro
Seeing Black Panther with Ghanian-American woodworker Ato Ribeiro.
Portrait June 24, 2017
Literary collective director Michael Mohammed Ahmad
A drive with founder of western Sydney literary collective Sweatshop, Michael Mohammed Ahmad.