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Munib Khan

Munib Khan

Munib Khan grew up in Lahore, Pakistan, and attended Connecticut College and Purdue University. His fiction has appeared in Prairie Schooner and been shortlisted for the Commonwealth Short Story Prize. He has received fellowships from Toor Cummings Center, National Society of Arts and Letters, and Key West Literary Seminars, among others. He has worked for Banipal and Wasafiri magazines in the United Kingdom. He is pursuing a PhD at Florida State University.

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He was a friend of mine

Midsummer. 1986. Lahoris are praying for the monsoon and the boys, not indifferent, but undeterred by the heat, are playing cricket daily. As if their lives...

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No Extraordinary Matter

Four elderly men in tracksuits passed the bench. He noticed one of them, a white-bearded man, thin and pale with a long nose, was staring pointedly, annoyance frozen on his face.