Zaidi teaches English in Brunei Darussalam. His fiction and prose have appeared in New York Press, Exquisite Corpse, CounterPunch, The New Internationalist, The Salisbury Review, Arts and Opinion, Salt River Review, The Vocabula Review, Dawn and many more. He regularly writes for American Chronicle. He is Asian Editor of New York-based ezine GOWANUS.
[ politics - december 08 ]
...and the politicians who have hijacked it remind Pakistanis of a time when human rights were totally ignored.
[ fiction - april 05 ]
A short story about family.
[ opinion - september 04 ]
"Pakistan is one of the most violent, intolerant and dangerous countries in the world. It was spoken of as a failed state till the US came to its rescue after 9/11. Imagine what would have happened if 9/11 had not happened..."
[ opinion - january 04 ]
"Did the movie-makers think that Pakistan was a place where money flowed in drains and floated in gutters?" Still, it's better than being ignored...