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  • Lotus Playwriting — Peril Magazine

    This is my article (editorial) that was published in PERIL MAGAZINE today.

    In partnership with Performance 4a, supported by the Girgensohn Foundation, and in collaboration with Playwriting Australia, Peril welcomes the Lotus Asian-Australian Playwriting initiative, which is about to showcase its artistic endeavours in the National Play Festival (2016) to be held between 27-30 July, 2016.

    What … Continue reading

  • Marlowian Protagonist

    The Epic of Gilgamesh, a poem by the oldest known human author we can name by name, Shin-eqi-unnini, is a story of Gilgamesh, a historical king of Uruk in Babylonia. Gilgamesh is glorified in this epic: ‘two-third of him (Gilgamesh) is god, one-third of him is human’; ‘Anu (a god) granted him the totality of … Continue reading

  • Poetry Editorial for PERIL MAGAZINE

    This is the link to Poetry Editorial (published on June 8, 2016) for Peril Magazine I was given an opportunity by Editor-in-Chief PERIL Magazine, Eleanor Jackson, to write for the current edition ‘Asians to Watch Out For’:  http://peril.com.au/current-edition/poetry-editorial/ 
    THE POETRY EDITORIAL:
    Ideas can spring from anywhere. Sometimes we even can’t follow the trajectory of our own thoughts. As tobacco is … Continue reading

  • Won’t the Bunny Ears Cock?

    The following link takes you to the article–Won’t the Bunny Ears Cock?–written by me, published in Peril Magazine on 4th Feb 2016:

    http://peril.com.au/topics/wont-the-bunny-ears-cock/ 

    It is about an Australian TV Show broadcast on SBS TV. It is kind of an Australian-Asian cultural admixture that you will definitely enjoy watching.

    HERE IT GOES:
    Benjamin Law’s memoirs continue to crack us up … Continue reading

  • The bureaucrat with poetic flair

    This is an article written by Imtiaz Ali on Sunday, March 31, 2013  in THE NEWS from Print Edition, Karachi. Imtiaz says:

    There is much to reflect upon when M Syre, a young trilingual writer with a bureaucratic background, says that to survive in this bitter world, you have to suppress your sensibility to some extent. He reflects … Continue reading