Sanna Wani is a Kashmiri person and poet around Tkaronto, studying the anthropology of Islam. Her words are in canthius, Peach Mag, and The Puritan. She loves daisies.

  • A watercolour scene of Srinagar. Fruit trees drop orange fruit on a deserted street, save for two armed soldiers with guns, who look quizzically up at the tree.

    Border poem

    On August 5, 2019, the Indian government issued a constitutional order stripping the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir of its semi-autonomous status. These emails between two friends in Pakistan and Kashmir present the international crisis as it unfolds in real time through the eyes of two young women.