Author: Rania Mamoun

Rania Mamoun is a Sudanese writer and activist. She has published two novels in Arabic. Her short story collection, translated into English by Elisabeth Jaquette as Thirteen Months of Sunrise and published by Comma Press, was shortlisted for the 2020 Warwick Prize for Women in Translation. Mamoun's writing has appeared in English translation in Mizna, for which she received a Pushcart Prize nomination, Shenandoah, Banipal, Words Without Borders, and the Fourth River. Her stories have appeared in translation in The Book of Khartoum and Banthology, both with Comma Press, and in Nouvelles du Soudan with Éditions Magellan & Cie. She has worked as an editor and contributor to arts magazines, and was a presenter for the cultural program Silicon Valley on Sudanese television.

Something Evergreen Called Life
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Something Evergreen Called Life

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“Come behind these walls that cage you something evergreen called life” After years of writing and organizing against the regime of Omar al-Bashir, Sudanese writer, journalist, and activist Rania Mamoun was finally forced to leave her country with ...

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