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Mirza Waheed, part 2

MIrza Waheed

Mirza Waheed speaks with Ann Morgan about non-Western literature, parenthood and peripatetic writing. Mirza Waheed speaks with Ann Morgan about why non-Western literature shouldn’t have to explain itself to Western readers, who can tell which stories, how parenthood and being primary carer have affected him as a writer, and the secret joy of working on buses.

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