About This Blog
In another age, we would have met for a latte at the local café to discuss art, literature, and life. Today, we bring the conversation to you through this blog, Tillism (Magic) طلسم , a conversation which will transport you to the magical words of literature from around the world. So make yourself a chai latte and join us.
“First, tell me about the Visigoths while we walk to Rome.” Anniqua looks up at me from the old Roman road next to the mosque in Toledo, Spain.
“I want to shed identities that no longer reflect who I am. I want to get off the plank with the nail, and stop spinning with my irrelevant selves.”
“But you have a way of saying things that makes the world seem like a wonderful place. That’s as good as lying from where I stand.”
Africa Arabic Art Avila California Conference of the Birds Create Culture England English English and Urdu Poetry English Poetry from Pakistan Faiz Ahmed Faiz French History Ibn Khaldun Immigrants inspiration Japanese Kishwar Naheed Knitting Literature Malaga Memories Olga Tokarczuk Oman Pakistan Persian poetry Polish politics Punjab Punjabi Punjabi Language Poetry Russia Russian Short story Siberia Spain Spanish Tunisia Urdu Urdu Literature USA Writing poetry