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The Washington Post, Ron Charles

Books Poet Dunya Mikhail fled Iraq — but still carries home with her By Ron Charles February 23, 2016 Dunya Mikhail’s life straddles the divide of exile. It’s a divide reflected in the structure of her celebrated memoir, “Diary of ...

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Parkview, Ronald Grant

  DETROIT, MICHIGAN  |  INFO@PARKVIEWMAG.COM     2/3 Perspective and insight on war and writing with author Dunya Mikhail INTERVIEW BY RONALD GRANT PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRAD ZIEGLER Examining the impact of war on the human condition through poetry dates back centuries. ...

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Arabic Literature in English, Marcia Lynx Qualey

DUNYA MIKHAIL: WRITING WITHOUT FALLING INTO NARROW ‘POLITICAL POETRY’ Dunya Mikhail: Writing Without Falling Into Narrow ‘Political Poetry’ BY MLYNXQUALEY on AUGUST 29, 2013 • ( 3 ) Dunya Mikhail, former literary editor at The Baghdad Observer is the author of the ...

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Politics in Service of Poetry, Solmaz Sharif

Dunya Mikhail: Politics in Service of Poetry Iraqi-American poet Dunya Mikhail talks about her experiences writing provocative poetry in two different countries. By Solmaz Sharif, April 25, 2014. Share Print When she moved to the United States–away from the Iraqi ...

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The PEN Ten, Randa Jarrar

Home The PEN Ten with Dunya Mikhail THE PEN TEN WITH DUNYA MIKHAIL By: Randa JarrarAugust 25, 2015 The PEN Ten is PEN America’s weekly interview series. This week, guest editor Randa Jarrar speaks to Dunya Mikhail.  Born in Baghdad, ...

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NPR morning edition, Renee Montagne

Listen· 7:19 SPECIAL SERIES poetry Revisiting Iraq Through The Eyes Of An Exiled Poet Listen· 7:197:19Queue Download Embed Transcript Facebook Twitter Google+ Email March 21, 20133:06 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition NPR STAFF Enlarge this image Dunya Mikhail is ...

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Life and legend, Kalpna Singh-Chitnis

LIFE AND LEGENDS “I love the handful of earth you are.” ~ Pablo Neruda Home Interview A Cloud, Rain, Memory and An Accent: An Interview with Dunya Mikhail, by Kalpna Singh-Chitnis A Cloud, Rain, Memory and An Accent: An Interview ...

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Guernica, Jeannie Vanasco

INTERVIEW LIT WORLD July 22, 2014 Dunya Mikhail: Flashed Through Exile The poet talks with Jeannie Vanasco about leaving Iraq, working around censorship, and the work she’s most excited about now. By Jeannie Vanasco 1ShareTweetE-mail Poet Dunya Mikhail was born ...

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ALE, Marcia Lynx Qualey

Arabic Literature (in English) Dunya Mikhail on Winning a $25K Kresge Arts Fellowship BY MLYNXQUALEY on JUNE 27, 2013 • ( 6 ) Iraqi poet Dunya Mikhail yesterday became one of ten Detroit-area writers — eighteen grants; nineteen artists in all* ...

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The Eagle, Meg Fowler

Delivering American University’s news and views since 1925. | Thursday, September 14, 2017 Q-and-A with award-winning Iraqi poet Dunya Mikhail By Meg Fowler | 03/03/10 9:55pm Dunya Mikhail, a recipient of the UN Human Rights Award for Freedom of Writing, ...

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