Our first print journal!

Today is the day. We've been waiting for over half a year to put this all together, and we've finally been able to see it happen. Our print journal is OUT!

This has been the product of so much hard work, from the contributors and artists who created wonderful work for us to share, to the editors and designers who poured in hours last-minute to get this guy ready. We are so excited to share this with you. 

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Bringing In the Past: Q+A with Yousef Atta

Yousef Atta is not only a great poet at Modern English School Cairo, but also a very interesting student with interests in politics and bringing historical themes into his work. We asked him more about his ideas and inspiration. 

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Poetry as Hope: Q+A with Shubhi Raghav

Shubhi Raghav's lyrical poetry was showcased in our journal recently, and we're so excited to bring you her more personal thoughts about poetry. How did you find out about Passports?It was through my English teacher that I got to know about Passports.Why did you begin writing poetry?At a young age, like any teenager I faced a lot of internal turmoil about my identity. But, I couldn’t allow ...

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The Music of Words: Q+A with Sarp Demiral

Sarp Demiral is in his second year of the DP at GEMS Wellington Academy Silicon Oasis in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. After showcasing his stellar poetry, Passports asked him a few questions about writing. 

 

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