Alithnayn Abdulkareem

Alithnayn Abdulkareem is a writer and curator-in-training with a focus on cultural criticism and politics. An alumnus of the Farafina 2015 workshop, she has been published by Art Base Africa, The Kalahari Review, Omenka Magazine, Brittle Paper and Bakwa.

Stop It, I Like It

Credit: Serubiri Moses, from the Africa Issue (c) 2013


Tequila induced dreams always go the same way. Three shots, two shots, one shot, wait for my brain to get warmed and let the heat spread below till my fingers …

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