Sadaf Fahim
Sadaf Fahim is a postgraduate research student in American literature at the University of East Anglia. Currently writing about F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Jazz Age. Often found in comedy clubs or a second-hand book store near you.

Sadaf and Bisha K. Ali talk about books a lot on The Turtle Book Club podcast.

Entries by Sadaf Fahim

The Youtube Sensation Who Stole From Patrice O'Neal

(0) Comments | Posted 5 August 2013 | (20:02)

There have been a few joke-stealing scandals in recent years: Carlos Mencia stealing from Joe Rogan, Jay Mohr from Rick Shapiro, the lesser-known (though no less egregious) instance of Denis Leary stealing from Louis C.K. And now, Kain Carter stealing from Patrice O'Neal, less...

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How Wonderful It Is to Call Kanye West Stupid

(1) Comments | Posted 25 June 2013 | (08:49)

Kanye West's flippant reference to Parkinson's in a recent lyric has had the expected repercussions: it's been condemned as 'cruel' and 'distasteful' by various Parkinson's advocacy groups, generated some controversy in the media, and as a result, more people have probably listened to the song. The lyrics in...

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Riotous Activism: How Comedians Are Helping Change the World

(0) Comments | Posted 20 June 2013 | (00:43)

The best comedy is usually an act of extraordinary bravery. When a standup comic gets up in front of a crowd, armed with nothing but a microphone, they're already doing something many of us would be afraid to do. But the truly great comics, the ones who leave their audiences...

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