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Film Review: The Breadwinner

Published in Newsline in June 2018

In the opening scene of the animated film The Breadwinner, a little girl and her father sit on the side of the street at a marketplace in Kabul, the father selling wares and offering his services as reader or writer of documents of Pashto and Dari. 944 more words

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There is This

There is This

Portland, OR: May 27, 2017

            
On a trellis erected between
my west suburb neighborhood
& the nearest MAX station
the wisteria vines burgeon… 503 more words

Poetry

Prologue to My Birth

Prologue to My Birth

This is neither a beginning
nor the prophecy of an ending
for beginnings & endings are lies
told to the once-living… 303 more words

Poetry

Book Review: Bygone Badass Broads and Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Published in Dawn, Books and Authors, in May 2018

In an interview, Mackenzi Lee, author of Bygone Badass Broads: 52 Forgotten Women Who Changed the World… 1,520 more words

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The Parasite

My latest poem “The Parasite” is up over at Liminality. Warning, graphic content.

The Parasite
by
Mack W. Mani
@ Liminality

Art: (Huldra, by  6 more words
Poetry

Housing Thinking

In comparison to the design of a single (-family) house, or indeed any singular architectural object, housing involves a different way of thinking. The architecture of housing has more to do with systems, economies of scale and multiplicity. 1,031 more words

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The Vulnerability of the Heart

It is precious. Like the careful holding of a fresh, hand-blown, very thin glass bubble. Warm and soothing. You hold it tight yet, very gentle at the same time. 443 more words

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