i always thought it strange when my mother would pray in a full veil and my father in his briefs. he was always a few steps ahead cause it was implemented for her to be behind, even though my dad scratched his pits between surahs. thus, home alone as a boy i wanted to pray […]
Navid Sinaki is a writer and artist from Tehran who currently lives in Los Angeles. His video art has screened in venues including the Lincoln Center, BFI, and REDCAT. Also, his writing has appeared in PANK, Bombay Gin, Inpatient Press, BathHouse Journal and KAISERIN.