Urdu literature, the wild world of translation, and Pakistani speculative fiction, oh my! Author Usman Malik joins us at ICFA to talk about his literary influences, Urdu literature, spirituality and religion, and a whole lot of other amazing stuff.
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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):
- Usman’s Twitter
- Usman’s Posts on Desi Writer’s Lounge
- “Pinned and Wriggling on the Wall” by Usman Malik (Daily Science Fiction)
- Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī
- The Adventures of Amir Hamza by Ghalib Lakhnavi (translated by Musharraf Ali Farooqi)
- Musharraf Ali Farooqi’s website
- Farooqi’s columns on Dawn.com
- Mazhar Kaleem
- The Imran Series
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