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Muhammed Zafar Iqbal

Muhammed Zafar Iqbal is the Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronics at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Engineering and Director of Institute of Information and...

Adam Zagajewski

Poet, novelist, and essayist Adam Zagajewski lives in Paris and Houston. He was born in Lwów in 1945 and first became well known as one of the leading poets of the Generation of...

Fadi Zaghmout

Fadi Zaghmout is a social-media specialist, blogger, and author. His first novel Aroos Amman was published in the Arabic language in Jordan January 2012—a feminist novel that addresses...

Trevor Zahra

Trevor Zahra was born in 1947 in Zejtun, Malta. He has published more than 130 books.  His first children's adventure, Il-Pulena tad-Deheb (The Golden Figurehead), was published in...

Feridun Zaimoglu

Feridun Zaimoglu was born in Bolu, Turkey, in 1964, and emigrated to Germany as a child. He works as an author, journalist and screenwriter. His first book, Kanak Sprak, gained him a cult...

Karim Zaimoviç

Karim Zaimović (1971-95) was a comic strip artist and a writer for the weekly magazine BH Dani in Sarajevo. He was killed in Sarajevo in August 1995 by sniper fire, just a year after writing...

Ghassan Zaktan

Ghassan Zaktan was born in 1954 in Beit Jala, near Bethlehem. He has published several collections of poetry as well as a novel, and made two documentary films. He is Editor-in-Chief of Al-Shuara...

Acep Zamzam Noor

Indonesian poet and painter Acep Zamzam Noor was born in Tasikmalaya, West Java, in 1960, and grew up in a traditional religious environment. Noor writes both in Indonesian, his national...

Haifa Zangana

Haifa Zangana was just eight years old in 1958 when Iraqis flooded the streets to celebrate their newfound, hard-won freedom from British colonial rule. She came of age in one of the most open...

Carol Zardetto

Carol Zardetto belongs to the generation of Guatemalan writers that grew up under the shadow of the civil war in Guatemala. She occupied public posts as vice-minister of Education and Consul...

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