I recently contributed a chapter to a new book, “I Call Myself a Feminist: the view from 25 women under 30”, published by Virago Press.
The book contains a brilliant range of voices and subject matters. As the Guardian says: “This collection of short essays by 25 women under 30 is like a primer in why feminism still matters coupled with a call to action.”
My own piece, “Roti Kamana: stories of survival”, describes a visit to the Acid Survivors’ Foundation in Islamabad.
You can get the book on Amazon here.