Author: Nawal Nader-French

Nawal Nader-French is a writer, educator, and editor. Her poems appear in RHINO, Fence, Texas Review, Bayou Magazine and elsewhere. Her manuscript, A Hemmed Remnant was a finalist in the 2018 Ron Sillerman Prize for African Poets by the University of Nebraska Press and also a finalist in the 2018 Brigham Award through Lost Roads. Nawal holds an MFA from Mile-High MFA, is the founding editor-in-chief of Inverted Syntax, and has been an adjunct instructor in Front Range Community College's Department of English. She grew up in Accra, Beirut, and London before immigrating to the United States and landing in Colorado almost thirty years ago.

a record of how the mother's textile became sound
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a record of how the mother's textile became sound

Noemi Press

A book about the impossibility/possibility of recording memory. A RECORD OF HOW THE MOTHER’S TEXTILE BECAME SOUND is a lamentation, a memory, a deconstruction and reconstruction of the author’s mother’s life through an examination of the complex mu...

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