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AGYA Salon with Maha Hassan − War, Writing, and Freedom

The new event series ‘AGYA Literary Salon’ hosts both established and emerging Arab and German authors to discuss their literary careers, visions, and latest works. The Salon especially aims to introduce new literary talents and unknown texts to the public, presenting new thoughts, expressing human values, and providing a source

Warts and All: Sustaining a Career in Literary Translation

Literary translator Nariman Youssef will chair a discussion with fellow professional translators Alice Guthrie, Anton Hur and Ruth Martin, to openly and honestly discuss the realities of sustaining a career in the industry. There will also be an opportunity for you to ask your own questions at this live online

Luminance: A Tribute Event For Etel Adnan

On the one year anniversary of her death, Mizna celebrates the life and legacy of the prolific artist, writer, and philosopher Etel Adnan in a conversation with some of her collaborators and peers, Kazim Ali, Andrea Abi-Karam, and Omar Berrada moderated by Mizna curator Heba Y. Amin. This conversation will be available to view starting November 14, 2022.

Peter Cole, Iman Mersal, and Robyn Creswell

On the 29th November, The Elliott Bay Book Company will be virtually welcoming two poets with new collections: Peter Cole's Draw Me After and Iman Mersal's The Threshold.

My Big Fat Palestinian Christmas

Beloved Palestinian chefs + food bloggers have teamed up with UNRWA USA this holiday for a festive cooking demonstration that helps refugees

TPF School of Traditional Arts Lecture: A Conversation Between Calligraphers

Avielah Barclay and Joumana Medlej are both deeply engaged in the Art of the Book.n. They will discuss what each tradition learned from its neighbours – how different materials and techniques were incorporated or dismissed as different scribal traditions and religious identities engaged with them. They will also discuss what we can discern about the calligraphers' and scribes' state of mind by what is visible on the page.

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