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Aug. 16, 2022

Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio Presents Faleeha Hassan

Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio Presents Faleeha Hassan

A Different Kind of Poetry Podcast


She is a poet, teacher, editor, writer, and playwright born in Najaf, Iraq, in 1967, who now lives in theUnited States. Faleeha is the first woman to write poetry for children in Iraq. She received her master's degree in Arabic literature and has now published 25 books. Her poems have been translated into  English, Turkmen, Bosnian, Indian, French, Italian, German, Kurdish, Spain, Korean, Greek, Serbia, Albanian, Pakistani, Romanian, Malayalam, ODIA, and Nepali language. Ms. Hassan has received many awards in Iraq and throughout the Middle East for her poetry and short stories. Faleeha Hassan has also had her poems and short stories published in avariety of American magazines such as: Philadelphia poets 22, Harbinger Asylum, Brooklyn Rail April 2016, Screaming Mamas, The Galway Review, Words Without Borders, TXTOBJX, Intranslation, SJ Magazine, Nondoc, Wordgathering, SCARLET LEAF REVIEW, Courier-Post,  I am not a Silent Poet, Taos Journal, Inner Child Press, Atlantic City Press, SJ Magazine, Intranslation Magazine, The Guardian, Words Without Borders, Courier-Post, Life and Legends, Wordgathering, SCARLET LEAF REVIEW, Indiana   Voice  Journal, The Bees Are Dead, IWA, Poetry Soup, Poetry Adelaide Literary Magazine, Philly, The Fountain Magazine, DRYLAND, The Blue Mountain Review, Otoliths, Taos Journal of Poetry and  Art, TXTOBJX, DODGING THE RAIN, Poetry  Adelaide Literary Magazine, NonDoc Philly,   DRYLAND, American Poetry Review, The Fountain Magazine, Uljana Wolf, Arcs, Tiferet and Ice Cream Poetry Anthology, Dryland Los Angeles underground art  & writing Magazine, Setu Magazine, Opa Anthology of contemporary, BACOPA  Literary Review, Better than Starbucks Magazine, Tweymatikh ZQH Magazine, TUCK Magazine, Street Light Press. For additional biographical information, please visit https://kvisit.com/7QE/5IgH.