Author: Sarah Kay Illustrator: Sophia Janowitz Publisher: Write Bloody Publishing Year: 2014 It is almost impossible for me to say exactly when I started liking Sarah Kay. I stumbled upon her Spoken Word poetry on Youtube once and it was instant infatuation. I spent months trying to get my hands on her book of poetry No […]
You’ve spent weeks tiptoeing around yourself. It is almost as if you are trying as hard as you can to not disturb your very own existence. But what is it really? What is your existence? You don’t feel like yourself. You are but a ghost of someone you once knew. You’ve noticed it. Your best […]
The stale bitterness in my mouth is but the aftertaste of self-inflicted torture.
My love for Spoken Word Poetry and Animation was brought together in this extraordinary short based on Shane Koyczan‘s poem. I really don’t have words to describe with accuracy how much I love it. See for yourselves!
My birthday is next week and my brother, being the awesome sibling he is, gifted me a certain amount of money to spend on books. This is where you all come in! I am mostly going to buy Kindle books because I don’t want to wait for shipping. I also don’t want to deal with customs. […]
What? Two posts in two days? Why yes, you are not dreaming, it really is the case! In the article on my Current Top 6 Albums posted yesterday, I spoke about Oh Wonder and the fact that they’re releasing a new song. Well, here it is! It was released barely two hours ago and I have […]
I was nominated by my brother to list the 6 albums that I listen to the most on Tumblr. However, because I have not posted anything music related in a while and I think it is time for a new post, I decided to do it on here instead of Tumblr. So here it goes! […]
Theatre production: The Spirit Level on Stage: A Notion of Equality Ensemble: Rachid Bromi Hajar Chargui Michael Vinsa José Figueroa Moa Westerlund Nina Jeppsson Jamal Nouman Artistic Direction & Choreography: Asmaa Houri Louise Kvarby Playwright: Issam El Yousfi Bodil Persson Set design: Sören Brunes Pelle Wittsäter Costume design: Pipsa Perrin Poukka Production: Göran Lidbrink True […]
Before I proceed to talking about the book, I would first like to say THANK YOU to all my readers! This is my 100th post on this blog and I just wanted to take the time to say thanks. Whether you have been here since the very beginning or only dropped by to read a […]
For the second year in a row, I had the chance to represent my country at an international gathering of Amnesty International youth activists. This time, it was a training of trainers on Sexual and Reproductive Rights, which a lot of you must know, is a cause I hold very close to my heart. The […]