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Zakaria Tamer, Practicing ‘The Most Difficult Form of Literary Expression’

Banipal 53, with its focus on Syrian short-story Zakaria Tamer, is perhaps the strongest edition the magazine has yet issued:

It includes more than a dozen stories by Tamer, most in deft translation by Jonathan Wright, Ibrahim Muhawi, Roger Allen, and others; an extensive Q&A session between Tamer and Dima Alchukr; several interesting critical essays on aspects of Tamer’s work; a short biography; and a section focused solely on Tamer’s stories for children, edited and translated by Clayton Clark. 1,146 more words

Syria

Think Again! - 1

Nicholas killed the humming engine of the Mercedes-Benz M-Class, pushed open the door and got down from the car. He shut the door and went around the passenger seat to grab his briefcase, then he clicked the lock button and giving an absent nod to his gateman, he turned and marched briskly towards the front door of his duplex house. 2,073 more words

Short Stories

Breakfast and...Rain.

I am a foodie.

I watch Anthony Bourdain,I Pintrest recipes and I browse Yelp regularly. Yes, I could be food critic.

Recently, me and my son travelled to California to watch a soccer game -LA Galaxy vs FCBarcelona! 342 more words

Writing

Exquisite Corpse - A Madman's Beard

If you’ve never played exquisite corpse – you can find the rules: Here! I’ve broken up the story into lines representing each person’s turn, or sentence. 286 more words

Writing

The Driver Was Blind

Neighbor Found on Hwy 13

Dr. Lawrence Steiner and I were headed home to Waynesboro from Florence, AL when we noticed a lady standing by her car on the shoulder of the south bound lane. 313 more words

Short Stories

Gone

you’re like the autumn leaves that wither and die

you’re like snow that doesn’t exist in a hot July

the bridge we built no longer stable… 33 more words

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Preparing for vacation...

Hello, Write Edge readers! In preparation for our family vacation, I’ve scheduled some posts to go live here on The Write Edge during this week and next. 308 more words

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