- Agha Shahid Ali. Benvenuto, Christine // Massachusetts Review;Summer2002, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p261
Features poet Agha Shahid Ali. Family background of Ali; Educational background; Details of his works.
- A History of Hell. SHAHID ALI, AGHA // AGNI;2001, Issue 53, p1
The poem "A History of Hell," by Agha Shahid Ali is presented. First Line: Hell, then! Pandemonium's wall have diamonds. Last Line: surely is weeping."
- The Fourth Day. Ali, Agha Shahid // New Republic;1/14/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 1, p33
Presents the poem "The Fourth Day," by Agha Shahid Ali.
- Land. Ali, Agha Shahid // Poetry;Jul2001, Vol. 178 Issue 4, p189
Presents the poem "Land," by Agha Shahid Ali.
- Snow on the Desert. Ali, Agh Shahid // Paris Review;Summer88, Vol. 30 Issue 107, p202
Presents the poem "Snow on the Desert," by Agha Shahid Ali. First Line: "Each ray of sunshine is eight minutes old," Last Line: of all that I was losing.
- Of Light. Ali, Agha Shahid // Poetry;May2001, Vol. 178 Issue 2, p79
Presents the poem "Of Light," by Agha Shahid Ali.
- Conversation with Agha Shahid Ali. Maring, Heather // Center: A Journal of the Literary Arts;2002, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p57
An interview with author Agha Shadid Ali is presented. Ali states that the catalyst for him remains to be that he instructs writing. Ali says that convenience is a dirty word at several levels. Ali claims that he is comfortable with three cultures, such as the Western culture, Urdu and Hindu,...
- Postcard from Kashmir. Ali, Agha Shahid // Half-Inch Himalayas;1987, p1
The poem "Postcard From Kashmir," by Agha Shahid Ali is presented. First Line: Kashmir shrinks into my mailbox, Last Line: and white, still undeveloped.
- A Lost Memory of Delhi. Ali, Agha Shahid // Half-Inch Himalayas;1987, p5
The poem "A Lost Memory of Delhi," by Agha Shahid Ali is presented. First Line: I am not born; Last Line: the tongues of stars.