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Fatima Bhutto is a Pakistani writer. Born in Kabul, she is daughter of Murtaza Bhutto, niece of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and granddaughter of former Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
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A Memoir
Nadia Owusu - Jan 12, 2021
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This poetic, genre-bending work—blending memoir with cultural history—from Whiting Award winner Nadia Owusu grapples with the fault lines of identity, the meaning of home, black womanhood, and the ripple effects, both personal and generational, of emotional trauma. Nadia Owusu grew up all over the world—from Rome and London to Dar-es-Salaam and Kam...
Fatima Bhutto
Feb 17, 2021
I don’t normally do books on Twitter but this is incredibly moving      source
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An Ordinary Killing
Sonia Faleiro - Feb 09, 2021
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By the award-winning writer of Beautiful Thing, a masterly inquest into how the mysterious deaths of two teenage girls shone a light into the darkest corners of a nation.The girls' names were Padma and Lalli, but they were so inseparable that people in the village called them Padma Lalli. Sixteen-year-old Padma sparked and burned. Fourteen-year-ol...
Fatima Bhutto
Jan 08, 2021
I couldn’t recommend this book more:      source
Friday Black
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah - Oct 23, 2018
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In the stories of Adjei-Brenyahs debut, an amusement park lets players enter augmented reality to hunt terrorists or shoot intruders played by minority actors, a school shooting results in both the victim and gunman stuck in a shared purgatory, and an author sells his soul to a many-tongued god.Adjei-Brenyah's writing will grab you, haunt you, enra...
Fatima Bhutto
Aug 02, 2019
@NosheenIqbal @NK_Adjei @guardianreview Brilliant piece on a brilliant book & writer      source
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Casualties of America's War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond
Marc Lamont Hill - May 02, 2017 (first published in 2016)
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Named a Best Book of 2016 by Kirkus Reviews A New York Times Editors Choice Nautilus Award Winner A worthy and necessary addition to the contemporary canon of civil rights literature. The New York Times In this thought-provoking and important (Library Journal) analysis of state-sanctioned violence, Marc Lamont Hill carefully considers a string of ...
Fatima Bhutto
May 17, 2019
Filmed something exciting with the very inspiring @marclamonthill for @AlJazeera today. If you haven’t read his book ‘Nobody’ then you urgently must      source