[LIVE] AAWW x Radix Media: Zein El-Amine and Ghinwa Jawhari
Zein El-Amine, Ghinwa Jawhari
[LIVE] AAWW x Radix Media: Zein El-Amine and Ghinwa Jawhari

Alongside our friends at Radix Media, we’ll be at Starr Bar in Brooklyn in November to celebrate the launch of Zein El-Amine‘s forthcoming short story collection, Is This How You Eat a Watermelon? in conversation with AAWW Fellow Ghinwa Jawhari.

Pre-order Is This How You Eat a Watermelon? here!

Zein El-Amine is a Lebanese-born poet and writer. He has an MFA in Poetry from the University of Maryland. His poems have appeared in Wild River ReviewFolioBeltway QuarterlyForeign Policy In FocusCityLit, and others. His latest poetry manuscript “A Travel Guide for the Exiled” was recently shortlisted for the Bergman Prize, judged by Louise Glück. His short stories have appeared in the Uno Mas, JadaliyyaMiddle East ReportWild River ReviewAbout Place Journal, and in Bound Off.

Ghinwa Jawhari is a Lebanese American writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her essays, fiction, and poetry appear or are forthcoming in CatapultNarrativeMiznaThe Adroit Journal, and elsewhere. She is a 2021 Margins Fellow at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. BINT is her debut collection.

Find more of her work at ghinwajawhari.com.

[LIVE] AAWW x Radix Media: Zein El-Amine and Ghinwa Jawhari

Zein El-Amine, Ghinwa Jawhari
Friday, November 11, 2022
6:30 PM
Starr Bar
214 Starr St
Brooklyn NY 11237
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