Razan Naim al-Maghrabi

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Al-Maghrabi is a Libyan novelist and short-story writer. She has written for Libyan newspapers since 1991 and has also been involved in writing and publishing in some Arabic newspapers and periodicals. She has published five collections of short stories, two novels and one collection of poetry. Her novel, Women of the Wind, made the International Prize for Arabic Fiction’s women-impoverished longlist in 2011.  

She is also known for her advocacy of women’s rights and freedom of expression, and for her criticism of religious extremism. 

Sources

Arab Lit, Libyan Women Writers Re-shaping the Literary Landscape  

International Prize for Arab Fiction, Razan Naim al-Maghrabi  

Writers Unlimited, Razan al-Maghrabi  

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