Aswat: Voices from a Small Planet | 3 Images
A new series from Cune Press that features authors writing from their own experience. Aswat (Arabic for “voices”) provides a space for voices that are honest, questioning, contemplative, and courageous: voices that narrate lives, challenge boundaries, map new geographies, or remap old ones. We have a special focus on writers with a connection to the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.

Aswat Series Editor
Lisa Suhair Majaj (1960) is a Palestinian-American poet and scholar. Born in Hawarden Iowa, Majaj was raised in Jordan. She earned a BA in English literature from American University of Beirut and an MA in English Literature, an MA in American Culture, and a PhD in American Culture from the University of Michigan. Her poetry and essays have been widely published. In 2008, she was awarded the Del Sol Press Annual Poetry Prize for her book Geographies of Light.
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