Read. Create. Inspire: The Story

We've been asked, on numerous occasions, why we chose the tag line "Read. Create. Inspire." to represent JAF Ink and Ink Crate. As cheesy as it sounds, we didn't. It chose us. ☄Once upon a time, back when JAF Ink was merely a dream, before we could fathom the amazing talent, creativity and amount of BookDragons and artists that existed in the UAE, the three of us only knew that we had art-leaning passions, and the desire to share the love and participate in the joy of artistic exchanges. To read, to create, to inspire, have been a fundamental part of of our own lives . They are what drive us, help us grow and learn and, best of all, they have connected us with some of the most amazing, awe-i

📑 Review: Tram 83 by Fiston Mwanza Mujilla

Summary: In an African city in secession, which could be Kinshasa or Lubumbashi, land tourists of all languages and nationalities. They have only one desire: to make a fortune by exploiting the mineral wealths of the country. They work during the day in mining concession and, as soon as night falls, they go out to get drunk, dance, eat and abandon themselves in Tram 83, the only night-club of the city, the den of all the outlaws: ex children-soldiers, prostitutes, blank students, unmarried mothers, sorcerers' apprentices. Lucien, a professional writer, fleeing the exactions and the censorship, finds refuge in the city thanks to Requiem, a youth friend. Requiem lives mainly on theft and on

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