Sophia Naz writes in both English and Urdu. Her work has been featured in several literary journals. Her recently...
Many in positions similar and much worse than mine are seeing avenues to a better life close.
If human beings are plants, our memories are our roots, the things that ground us, give us a sense of continuity.
My mother was almost cast as Anarkali for Mughal-e-Azam. At home, she was violently abused by her husband
There were movie premieres with film stars like Dilip Kumar, but the glamorous mirage masked a terrible reality.
How losing my home in a fire taught me to value what we have inherited and protect it for future generations
The fire burned my home to the ground. The history of a lifetime — books, paintings, photographs — all gone.
'Roughly equal parts of my life have been spent in East and West. Do midpoints make one more reflective?'
“Midway upon the journey of my life. I found myself within a dark forest, For the straightforward path had been lost.”