In this podcast we are in conversation with Faiza Khan and Moni Mohsin
Faiza is a london based editor and critic with bylines in the Guardian, The New Republic, the FT. She is currently a consulting publisher with Bloomsbury Publishing. Moni Mohsin was born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan. She started her writing career at The Friday Times, Pakistan’s first independent weekly, where she served as the Features Editor. She is now a freelance journalist who has written for, among others, The Guardian, 1843, Prospect Magazine, The Nation, The Times of India, India Today, Vogue India and Nikkei Asian Review. She is the author of two novels, the prize winning The End of Innocence and Duty Free. Her best selling collections of satirical columns, The Dairy of a Social Butterfly and Return of the Butterfly, are based on her long running column for The Friday Times. She is married with two children and lives between London and Lahore.
You can find more of them on:
Faiza Twitter :@bhopalhouse
IG : @faizasultankhan
Moni Website: monimohsin.com
IG : @monimohsinofficial
In this podcast we talk about :
- White Supremacy
- Colonization & its impact on the subcontinent
- Reframing the 'people of color'
- Literary content beyond the 'supremacy' lens
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