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Khaled Mattawa

From: Radio Tahrir

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Khaled Mattawa’s first collection of poems is Ismailia Eclipse, published in 1996. He was born in Libya and teaches creative writing at the University of Califonria, Northridge. He won Guggehheim fellowship for his poetry in 1997, and is editor of the anthology Post-Gibran: An Anthology of Arab-American Writing.




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