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*February 22, 2013
One poem appeared in The Fat City Review
Two poems appeared in Dead Snakes
*February 27, 2013
Two Fibonacci poems appeared in the fib review
*March 5, 2013
Three poems appeared in Yareah Magazine
*March 7, 2013
One poem appeared in Dead Snakes
One poem appeared in Kalkion
*March 9, 2013
Three traditional haiku poems appeared in Yareah Magazine
*March 10, 2013
One poem appeared in The Camel Saloon
*March 11, 2013
Four poems appeared in PressBoardPress
*March 16, 2013
One poem appeared in Runaway Parade
It was republished on March 27, 2013 in Parade Ground
*March 18, 2013
One poem appeared in The Weekenders Magazine (Issue 7)
*March 25, 2013
One poem appeared in Concrete Meat Sheet (Issue 14)
*March 26, 2013
One poem appeared in litbomb magazine
*March 28, 2013
One poem appeared in Poised in Flight Anthology
*March 31, 2013
A book review by Mohamed Masmouli appeared in translation in The Ofi Press Literary Magazine (Issue 28)
An article by Kamel Riahi appeared in translation in The Ofi Press Literary Magazine (Issue 28)
A poem by Radhia Chehaibi appeared in translation in The Ofi Press Literary Magazine (Issue 28)
A poem by Saghir Oulad Ahmed appeared in translation in The Ofi Press Literary Magazine (Issue 28)
*April 2, 2013
One poem appeared in The Missing Slate
One poem appeared in Yareah Magazine
*April 8, 2013
Three poems appeared in Poetry Pacific
*April 9, 2013
One poem appeared in Gutter Eloquence Magazine (Issue 26- April 2013)
*April 16, 2013
One poem appeared in Psychology Tomorrow Magazine-Blog
*April 23, 2013
One poem appeared in Dead Snakes
“Why did men write our rights on paper kites and not on solid rocks?” She hollered.
“Women have to fight to be free,” he said, while shuddering because he didn’t expect such a question on such a romantic night.
“Why on earth women have to be prisoners for crimes they didn’t commit & why colonised countries and slaves have to pay a price to be free?” She wondered.
“Life is war.” He said.
“But an Arab poet once said the pen is mightier than the sword,” she…Continue
Life without a dream is not but an uncouth garden. You can survive without a tooth, but without a dream you will sink in the sea of the bitter truth. & w/ each new dream you acquire a new blood, a new bud, whereas without a dream your soul shrinks and rusts. Even, at your nineties, a dream can make you feel the apogee of youth. What a little exciting thing called dream! It makes you lead an exciting life, like the one of a sleuth.
Today he realised the importance of sipping this kind of coffee. It is a mix of coffee grains, cinnamon, & dried orange peels. Sipping it was really a different experience. Its sweetness & different flavour rekindled his dream of joy as it tasted like invigorating water from another planet. It made him travel into new territories of mirth— a cannabis for his weary soul. & his shattered thoughts just evicted from his spinning head.
Buy a flask of shampoo in which there is an image of a Muse: Musings, & fresh thoughts bud forth.
Throw away the wooden language that is stored in that termite-eaten armchair.
Have a sizzling affair w/ language.
Use the shampoo to wash away any stain in your flair.
Be smart when breaking the face of language in order not to leave…Continue