“My first and only reader is myself.” Sabyn Javeri, The Missing Slate’s Author of the Month for November, talks to Umamah Wajid.Read More
Sabyn Javeri is an award-winning short story writer and upcoming novelist. She has won The Oxonian Review short story award and was shortlisted for Meridian, Leaf books and the first Tibor Jones South Asia Prize. Sabyn holds a Masters with Distinction from the University of Oxford in Creative Writing and is currently a PhD Scholar at the University of Leicester. Her debut novel, ‘Nobody Killed Her’, which is set in Pakistan, is expected to be published next year.
“Above me, the grey sky hovers unsteadily. It runs into tall brick buildings and races above tunnels decorated with graffiti, litter and dead rats. ‘Paki go home,’ says a wall.” Story of the Week (November 7), by Sabyn Javeri.Read More