Moroccan Amazigh scholar Brahim El Guabli learned that his family in Ouarzazate lost their home in the earthquake that hit Friday night.
In her memoir in verse, a poet recounts a day in the life at the cemetery, and a day in the life at the airport.
Pantea Amin Tofangchi grew up in poetry, war, death, conflict, beauty, hatred, love, and censorship all at the same time. She was eight when the Iran‑Iraq War started and in… Continue reading Three Poems from Pantea Amin Tofangchi’s Glazed With War
You can run from grief and death until you lose your mind, but life is reserved for those who fight for it.