Tori Bond’s Familyism: A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

Family means different things to different people, and Author, Tori Bond, explores the vagarities and variances of family in her debut, flash-fiction collection, Familyism. Whether her stories consist of children spending time in nature and performing plays or townspeople, sitting in a bar and dreaming of a way out, Bond is able to create entire … More Tori Bond’s Familyism: A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

V for Vendetta by Alan Moore – A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

The reasons that I loved reading V for Vendetta are probably the same reasons that it’s had such wide appeal in the publishing market.  Exploring themes of powerlessness and injustice, this graphic novel tries to offer the reader some resolution, at least in its imaginary world; it makes concrete some of our most deeply-rooted fears.  For example, … More V for Vendetta by Alan Moore – A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

Feig by Richard Bank – A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

Disasters and calamities, whether they are natural or man-made, create chaos and confusion.  After experiencing or witnessing such disasters, the human response is to question how such events could take place. Those that once believed in an omnipotent God can come to believe that we live in a universe devoid of God, or one in … More Feig by Richard Bank – A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

A.S. Byatt’s Possession – A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid

Possession is intriguing from the first line, and the title is apt because reading it will have you so enthralled that you will be “possessed,” by it.  It is a must read for writers because the book gives great examples of: complex plot structure, use of descriptive vocabulary and masterful syntax, and a way to … More A.S. Byatt’s Possession – A Review by Ayesha F. Hamid