Loving my land, dying inside Poems on Malaysia by Anushka Anastasia Solomon.
*Anushka Anastasia Solomon* is a prize-winning Malaysian writer and poet. The author of two books, a collection of poems entitled Please, God, Don’t Let Me Write Like A Woman – that the nations may know themselves to be but men and a book of dramatic monologues entitled That Guy, Jesus, Anushka is currently in the United States seeking a publisher. She writes and speaks out of her condition of voluntary exile, a working poet deeply concerned with seeking the truth across national, racial, cultural, gender and religious boundaries.
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