Syrian Kurdish Poet Golan Haji: ‘It’s Not Easy To Go for What One Loves

Via Arabaic Literature (in Translation) & BY MLYNXQUALEY on JANUARY 9, 2018 • ( 1 ) Syrian Kurdish poet Golan Haji, whose A Tree Whose Name I Don’t Know appeared in English last year, co-translated by the author and Stephen Watts, here shares an interview he did in response to questions by the Italian poet Luigia Sorrentino and the Iranian poet Azita Ghahreman:Haji is a poet and translator with a postgraduate degree … Read more Syrian Kurdish Poet Golan Haji: ‘It’s Not Easy To Go for What One Loves

Special Issue of Refugee Poetry, MPT Launches ‘The Great Flight’

via Arab Literature (in English) &BY MLYNXQUALEY on APRIL 6, 2016 • ( 0 ) On Wednesday, April 13 at London’s Southbank Centre will host the launch of “The Great Flight,” Modern Poetry in Translation’s refugee-focussed issue, ed. Sasha Dugdale: Image from the Southbank Centre. The free event, which is set to begin at 8pm, will feature performances by Syrian poet Golan Haji, civil rights activist and writer Nasrin Parvaz, and translator-poet … Read more Special Issue of Refugee Poetry, MPT Launches ‘The Great Flight’