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By: Salik Shah
Translated by: Salik Shah
25 Sep 2017
Bound onto a nickel disc, each one of us closes  the golden circle in our separate ways  to become part of an enduring fable. 
26 Jun 2017
water warms in spring is the sense i am teaching the AI to feel
27 Mar 2017
走了八個半月終於得以拜見
27 Mar 2017
I traveled eight and a half months to finally pay a visit to / Earth’s brother, separated and scattered a distance away
4 Dec 2016
The neon digits read [01:37] / when a buzzing hum shakes me / awake, deep as the bass thrum of nightclubs / that once bucked behind my breastbone
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4 Jan 2018
This week we're delighted to have Salik Shah answer a few questions for us. His poem 'After Stonehenge' appeared in the September issue of Samovar. You wear many hats — poet, editor, filmmaker, picture book author and more — how do your different activities inform and influence each other? Poetry, filmmaking, design—each art form requires immense time and understanding. I think if you’re in a hurry to master a form, then it makes sense to focus entirely on that particular mode of expression. Sometimes I think it’d be easier if I just focused on one medium, and I do focus on it to the point of exhaustion, or the completion of a project.…