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Your Monster single work   poetry   "You call me a barbarian."
Alternative title: Your Terrorist
Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 Your Monster
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First known date: 2003
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    y separately published work icon Saloni M 1999-2005 Z1397344 1999-2005 website (From the website's index page)

    Saloni M celebrates diversity and collaboration through word, art, film, music, dance and banquet.

    Saloni M brings together a group of Artists (writers, poets, painters, filmmakers, musicians and performers) willing to explore what 'Mediterranean' means to them. Whether through heritage, culture, politics, personal or public history... these Artists feel connected to the Mediterranean.

    Saloni M is also about artist and audience embarking on a reciprocal learning process. Acknowledging and celebrating diversity and a multiplicity of identities brings with it the rewards of understanding and connection.

    1999-2005
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    y separately published work icon Eyes in Times of War Ali Alizadeh , Cambridge : Salt Publishing , 2006 Z1290848 2006 selected work poetry 'This collection of poems depicts an individual's perceptions and passions in times of war, and bears witness to the conflicts in the Middle East, "the clash" between the West and Islam, and the ways in which a person's ideals, passions and language are affected by violent political and religious conflicts.' (Publisher's blurb) Cambridge : Salt Publishing , 2006 pg. 21-23
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