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New Yorker Radio Hour

  podcast directory podcasts society & culture The New Yorker Radio Hour From WNYC Radio The New Yorker Radio Hour is a weekly program presented by the magazine’s editor, David Remnick, and produced by WNYC Studios and The New Yorker. ...

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World Literature Today, Rosie Clarke

  HOME | MAY 2018 | MAY 2018 BOOK REVIEWS     The Beekeeper: Rescuing the Stolen Women of Iraq by Dunya Mikhail     Author:  Dunya Mikhail Translator:  Max Weiss and Dunya Mikhail New York. New Directions. 2018. 240 ...

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New York Times review by Deborah Campbell

SECTIONSHOMESEARCHSKIP TO CONTENTSKIP TO NAVIGATIONVIEW MOBILE VERSION BOOK REVIEW|Like a Schindler for Iraq, This Unlikely War Hero Freed Women From ISIS Share Tweet Pin Email More Save mikhailSETTINGS       BOOK REVIEW | NONFICTION Like a Schindler for Iraq, ...

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Dunya Mikhail is named a Guggenheim fellow

  ABOUT LEADERSHIP FELLOWS NEWS APPLICANTS     DUNYA MIKHAIL Current Fellow Fellow: Awarded 2018 Field of Study: Poetry Competition: US & Canada Website: https://dunyamikhailpoet.com/ Dunya Mikhail was born in Iraq (Baghdad) and came to the United States thirty years ...

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The Rumpus, interview by Emily Robbins

  THE RUMPUS MINI-INTERVIEW PROJECT #128: DUNYA MIKHAIL BY EMILY ROBBINS March 22nd, 2018 I first became aware of Dunya Mikhail through her poem “The Iraqi Nights,” translated by Kareem James Abu-Zeid. The poem begins: In the first year of ...

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