The book pulls back the curtain on contemporary migration issues in the Gulf, particularly in Kuwait, digging into the hopes and dreams of migrants through traditional and modern correspondence. It features poems by budding writers namely Nabeel Philip Mohan, GAP Gutierrez, Wilfred Waters, Alliah “Lenzkie” Tabaya, Mujel Hasan, Tammy Sulit, and Armineonila M.
The collection contains letters addressed to the ambassador, the haris, the kafeel, a wasta, a stranger, and people who share a slice of the migrant’s life in Kuwait. Readers interested in cross-cultural themes and intercultural communication in the literary scene who have an appreciation for poetry will swoon over No Return Address: A collection of poems.
No Return Address: A collection of poems is published by
Pluma Migrant Writers Guild
Publication date: August 4, 2014
Better Books and Café Kuwait
Pluma (Migrant Writers Guild) is a group of literary writers whose works highlight migration narratives. The guild also holds cross-cultural discussions and presentations on various migration topics in the Gulf regions and across the globe. For more info, kindly visit plumamigrantlit.wordpress.com.