Our fall/winter contest judge Stan Rubin was struck with the lyric qualities in Afrose Ahmed’s entry, “the world did end…we just didn’t notice.” He wrote in his comments: “A gorgeous piece of lyrical writing. The odd but wonderfully sustained angle of vision—post-apocalyptic, witty, and liminal all at once—establishes its own rhythm and deepens to revelation. … Continue reading →
About Afrose Ahmed
Afrose Ahmed offers a "heart-crafted poems" service, where she writes custom, improv poems on the spot, at farmers markets and festivals, and by requests online. She teaches embodied writing workshops and offers one-on-one coaching. Visit her website for information and for a list of her publications.