El Ghourabaa

by Samia Marshy
El Ghourabaa
  • ISBN-13: 9781998898022
  • Author(s): Samia Marshy
  • Subject: Anthologies (non-poetry)
  • Publisher: Metonymy Press
  • Imprint: Metonymy Press
  • Publication Date: 28-05-2024
  • Format: p/b

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Seeking uncanny, fun, experimental, creepy, sarcastic, playful, vulgar, inventive, sexual, weird, sweet, and evocative works, editors Samia Marshyand Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch set out to collect Arab and Arabophone queer writing. The result is ananthology brimming with gems by emerging and established writers and an homage to the lineages and complexities of queer Arab life. Multi-genre, multi-generational, and global, El Ghourabaa is an enigma, a delight, and a contribution to an ongoing conversation and creative outpouring. In addition to Marshy and El Bechelany-Lynch,contributors include: Leila Marshy, Trish Salah, Olivia Tapiero, Maisie-Nour Symon Henry, Yehia Anas Sabaa, Nofel, Hoda Adra, Ralph Haddad, Seif Siddiq, Karim Kattan, Andrea Abi-Karam, Bazeed, George Abraham, Sarah O'Neal, Micaela Kaibni Raen, Nour Kamel, Barrak Alzaid, Joe Kadi, and Rabih Alameddine.
About the book

Seeking uncanny, fun, experimental, creepy, sarcastic, playful, vulgar, inventive, sexual, weird, sweet, and evocative works, editors Samia Marshyand Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch set out to collect Arab and Arabophone queer writing. The result is ananthology brimming with gems by emerging and established writers and an homage to the lineages and complexities of queer Arab life. Multi-genre, multi-generational, and global, El Ghourabaa is an enigma, a delight, and a contribution to an ongoing conversation and creative outpouring. In addition to Marshy and El Bechelany-Lynch,contributors include: Leila Marshy, Trish Salah, Olivia Tapiero, Maisie-Nour Symon Henry, Yehia Anas Sabaa, Nofel, Hoda Adra, Ralph Haddad, Seif Siddiq, Karim Kattan, Andrea Abi-Karam, Bazeed, George Abraham, Sarah O'Neal, Micaela Kaibni Raen, Nour Kamel, Barrak Alzaid, Joe Kadi, and Rabih Alameddine.