Iasmin Omar Ata’s Mis(h)adra received a lot of praise and deservedly so, read why that is.
If you’re anything like me, you might know little to nothing about epilepsy, let alone what a seizure is like as either the person having one or as an outsider. You can learn a great deal from websites epilepsy.com, but facts and studies are internalized all the more when you can experience the […]
Mis(h)adra is a hard work to criticize, largely because it’s so personal and so raw in its portrayal of the intimate. Iasmin Omar Ata is an epileptic and Mis(h)adra is autobiographical in that respect. Following Isaac as he struggles in college due to epilepsy, Ata has crafted a revealing work — not revealing of his […]