Khalid Patel

Khalid PatelA British writer of innovative narratives marked by subversive experimentation, Khalid Patel often wrenches readers beyond their comfort zones. The English Literature graduate includes cinema, comic-books, videogames and street fashion amongst his passions, many of which seep into and influence his works. Wielding stories singed with sociopolitical asides, Khalid also seeks to fragment stereotypes of Muslims and writers of colour.

“This kid breaks some rules and he breaks them across people’s faces… Khalid Patel represents a new age in fiction. He examines traditional fiction and turns it on its head with technology and innovation.” – Eryk Pruitt, Southern Noir writer

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6 thoughts on “Khalid Patel

  1. Hello! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be okay. I’m definitely enjoying your stuff and look forward to new material.

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  2. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have put in writing this site.

    I am hoping to check out the same high-grade content by you in the future as well. In fact, your creative writing abilities has encouraged me to get my very own blog now ;)

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  3. Hello Khalid, it’s good to know that someone still owns their humanity. Thanks for the tweets. I’m not really big on social media though, I find that it gets me into trouble and sometimes you have to keep your nose clean or get overwhelmed. However, that said, keep on keeping on!!!

    Isis

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