Ramadan Diaries: Part 3- On Forgiveness and Eid

Photo credit: INCEIF Ever since I can remember, there have been two Eids in Pakistan. There is the group that starts their fasts with Saudi Arabia, and then there’s us; we wait for the Pakistani committee to sight the moon and then we begin fasting. This is usually the day after Saudi Arabia keep their first fast. Ramadan can only be 29 or 30 days, … Continue reading Ramadan Diaries: Part 3- On Forgiveness and Eid

Ramadan Diaries: Part 2- How To Conduct Oneself

Photo credit: Instagram I was going to put up a Facebook status, something along the lines of “the moment when your cousin forgets to give you a blanket and you freeze because the A.C remote is lost and you have to resort to covering yourself with a prayer mat.” I had it all typed out, but I couldn’t post it. The news and my homepage … Continue reading Ramadan Diaries: Part 2- How To Conduct Oneself

Electric Daisy Carnival, UK- Saturday 11 July

Electric Daisy Carnival, UK (Milton Keynes Bowl) ONE WEEK TO GO! With one week to go until America’s biggest electronic music event heads to Milton Keynes Bowl for its third year. Electric Daisy Carnival takes place on Saturday 11 July and can now reveal fantastic new art installations and on the day set times. Descending on Milton Keynes next week, festival goers are set to … Continue reading Electric Daisy Carnival, UK- Saturday 11 July

Writer Interview: Phen Weston

Phen Weston is a writer based in North Devon. His beautiful book of poetry, ‘The Silent Balance’, has recently been published, with all royalties going towards a very special cause. Razz interviews him about his work process, inspirations and aspirations. (Photo credit: twitter) How long have you been a writer? That is a good question. I’ve been a published and followed writer for a little … Continue reading Writer Interview: Phen Weston