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Authors/Contributors

Wales

Casi Dylan

Casi Dylan is originally from west Wales and now lives in Scotland. She is the cultural activities coordinator at the University of Glasgow's College of Arts. In previous roles at the...

Manon Steffan Ros

Manon Steffan Ros is a prize-winning Welsh author, playwright, and musician (she is one half of the acoustic duo Blodau Gwylltion). Her latest novel, Llyfr Glas Nebo (The Blue Book...

Llwyd Owen

Llwyd Owen is an award-winning author who has published eleven novels since bursting onto the Welsh literary scene in 2006, when his ferocious and challenging debut novel, Ffawd Cywilydd a...

Llŷr Gwyn Lewis

Llŷr Gwyn Lewis is an award-winning Welsh-language poet and prose writer. His first prose work, the semi-autobiographical Rhyw Flodau Rhyfel (Some Flowers of War, 2014), which...

Caryl Lewis

Caryl Lewis is an award-winning Welsh-language author who has published eleven books for adults, three novels for young adults, and thirteen children’s books. She came to prominence as the...

Fflur Dafydd

Fflur Dafydd is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, and singer-songwriter in Welsh and English. Her first novel in Welsh, Atyniad (Attraction), won the Prose Medal at the...

Yemen

Nadia Al-Kokabany

Nadia Al-Kokabany is a Yemeni academic and a prolific literary writer. Her fiction has been translated into English, French, German, and Italian, and she has won prizes in Yemen and Kuwait....

Wajdi Muhammad Abduh al-Ahdal

Wajdi Muhammad Abduh al-Ahdal is a novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter, and dramatist. Born in Yemen in 1973, he received a degree in literature from Sanaa University.  He won the...

Mohammad Algharbi Amran

Born in 1958, Mohammed Algharbi Amran is a Yemeni novelist, short-story writer, contemporary history buff, and literary critic.  He has been active in literary societies, serving as a...

Mansur Rajih

Mansur Rajih, born in Yemen in 1958, was a prisoner of conscience from 1983–98. Since then he has been living in exile in Norway. His poetry has been published in Norwegian. A book of his...

Yugoslavia

Dragan Aleksić

Dragan Aleksić (1901–64) was a Yugoslav poet, journalist, and filmmaker, as well as the initiator of Yugoslav Dada. He contributed articles about Dada to the Yugoslav avant-garde...

Milica Mićić Dimovska

Milica Mićić-Dimovska was born in Novi Sad, capital city of the province of Vojvodina, Serbia. She received a BA in general literature and theory of literature at the University of...

Zoran Živkoviç

Zoran Živković was born in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia, in 1948. In 1973 he graduated from the Department of General Literature, the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade;...

Zimbabwe

Chenjerai Hove

Chenjerai Hove is a poet, novelist, and essayist born in the southern part of Zimbabwe. He is currently the visiting scholar at the Watson Institute of International Studies at Brown University....

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