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Ayisha Malik
Writer. Procrastinator. Will tweet a lot about new book, This Green & Pleasant Land, OUT NOW. My rotis are rounder than yours. Partial to irony & Nutella.
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Ayisha Malik retweeted
Anam Hussain 17h
"Exploring themes of identity and belonging, interrogating the idea of what 'home', especially in these times of Brexit, really means."
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Jax Miller Aug 21
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Ayisha Malik Aug 20
I’ve only been in the south for six days and I can tell y’all that it is GREAT 🇺🇸
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Ayisha Malik Aug 19
Replying to @TheRosieWalsh
Hurrah!! HUGE congrats xx
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Ayisha Malik Aug 17
Replying to @bandmasta
Thank you so much!
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Ayisha Malik Aug 15
You know you’re no longer in the UK when this is the escalator situation.
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Ayisha Malik Aug 15
Music to my ears!!
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Ayisha Malik Aug 15
I want an anthology published of poetry by Kate’s students. I am just blown away, every time.
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Ayisha Malik Aug 14
HUGE congrats!!
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Ayisha Malik Aug 13
Replying to @FrancesMensahW
Thank you 😘
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Ayisha Malik Aug 13
Thank you!
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Hind Makki Aug 12
Fantastic op-ed from (aka Alex Kack) "I was lucky in many ways to be where I was: inches away from hate but miles away from danger. In another locale, or with different bigots, I could have been in serious trouble."
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Ayisha Malik Aug 11
Replying to @straycarnivore
How nice to see this! Now, if you haven’t been already, you’ll have to go to West Dorset,
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Ayisha Malik Aug 10
Replying to @tessrhodes68
Thank you
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Ayisha Malik Aug 10
Replying to @Mayahh12a
Hope you enjoy it
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Ayisha Malik Aug 9
Thank you so much, love. Hope you enjoy TGAPL 😘
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Vaseem Khan Aug 8
It's publication day for the 5th in the series, Bad Day at the Vulture Club. Inspector Chopra investigates murder of a wealthy Parsee whose body is found in Mumbai’s Towers of Silence where the Parsees lay out their dead to be eaten by vultures
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Ayisha Malik Aug 8
Will there ever be a day when there isn’t signal failure on London transport? What the shitting shit do we pay such extortionate prices for WHEN TRAINS NEVER WORK ON TIME 🤬
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Ayisha Malik Aug 8
Replying to @jreadsalot
Thank you
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Ayisha Malik Aug 7
Replying to @bushysiddiq
Thanks, love
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