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Hawa, by Samantha Langsdale

FictionPosted by editor Tue, August 20, 2013 21:28:26
Reflection on and reaction to Hawa, by Samantha Langsdale.

Samantha is in the writing-up stages of her PhD at SOAS, University of London. In her spare time she acts as the Managing Editor and PR for GEEKED Magazine. She is a fierce feminist, loves profanity, dreams of someday being a 'real writer', and is forever trying to convince her partner to stay for just one more pint. To read some of her 'ranty' op-eds, log on to www.wegeekedthis.com or find her on Twitter @s_langsdale.

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Posted by Sue Pace Mon, October 14, 2013 06:32:34

I liked this "new creation" story....the scenes describing the humans emerging from the dust were so well written. This story enabled me to see the universality of creation and human lives. Once death takes a loved one, everything changes.

Posted by Sue Pace Mon, October 14, 2013 06:32:21

I liked this "new creation" story....the scenes describing the humans emerging from the dust were so well written. This story enabled me to see the universality of creation and human lives. Once death takes a loved one, everything changes.