Raised in Qatar, Ghina Furqan is a writer of Indonesian heritage based in West Java.
Aisha is a Law student, poet and freelance writer, and journalist from Kaduna state, Nigeria. Her poems, essays, and curated interviews have been published In Document Women, Africa in dialogue, Agbowo art, Muslim girl, Aster lit, and others.
My name is Martin Marriott. I am 41 years old and was born and raised in a village called Tibshelf in Derbyshire.
Hi , I’m Ogunjobi Ifeoluwa!
My name is Abu, I enjoy creative writing and all forms of literature.
My name is Abu. There are countless narratives and experiences building day by day within us, and I feel art through any medium achieves a form of personal expression that we may find difficult to delineate normally. We may come from polar opposite extremes in every regard, but our differences should be a way to communicate and connect with each other, not push us away.
In the midst of chaos, be comfortable with yourself.
My name is Abubakar Mohammed, mainly known as Baker, and I am a senior Civil Engineering student at Qatar University.
Ayah Ziyadeh is a Palestinian- American writer and a human rights activist and advocate.
Youmna Saeed is a sophomore at the University of Texas at Dallas studying Sociology. Given her identity as Sudanese-American Muslim woman, her artwork strongly reflects the struggles and triumphs her people have faced. “Although I dream of becoming a lawyer, my writing allow me to amplify the voices of the unheard, speak justice, and promote messages of unity and strength.”