Winner: 'Young Journalist', Guild of Health Writers' Awards 2018 and 'New Journalist', PPA New Talent Awards 2017. I've written for British VOGUE, Harper's Bazaar, GQ, VICE, i-D, Dazed, AnOther etc
For bride-to-be Layla Haidrani, the simple choice between wedding dress colours has made her question her identity more profoundly than ever before.
21-year-old Jeremiah Emmanuel’s debut book, 'Dreaming In A Nightmare', is about having hope in the future, despite whatever obstacles are holding us back.
Layla Haidrani talks to the author about his new book, Think Like A White Man – now available in the UK – which satirically guides POC and Black readers how to navigate white-dominated workplaces
The brand-new anthology chronicles the uncharted challenges of female Arab correspondents reporting from the front line
When Layla Haidrani got engaged, she was forced to question the closest relationship in her life.
In keeping with the traditions of my heritage, I've felt growing pressure to squash the idea of a small celebration.
Several new voices have emerged this year, dedicated to showcasing the multiplicities of working-class lives. Given that these books offer more than simply grit, could publishing then be heralding a new era for women working-class writers?
We explore the confusion of navigating your personal identity when you have multiple heritages with conflicting beauty standards
The author discusses his debut novel That Reminds Me, a searing exploration of childhood, identity, race, and mental health
A new generation of safe spaces redefining Middle Eastern women's attitudes toward sexual health
With protests and uprisings showing no sign of stopping around the world, Naji Bakhti’s debut coming-of-age tale feels particularly prescient.