Faleeha Hassan

Cultural Ambassador ~ Iraq, USA 

Pulitzer Prize Nominee, 2018
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Faleeha Hassan

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Faleeha Hassan is a poet, teacher, editor, writer born in Najaf, Iraq, in 1967, who now lives in the United States. She is the first woman who wrote poetry for children in Iraq. She is leading poetic feminist movement in the holy city of Najaf

Faleeha received her master's degree in Arabic literature, and has published sixteen collections of poetry in Arabic; Being a Girl, and a visit to the Museum of the shadows, five titles for my sea-friendly, although the later poems to the mother, Gardenia perfume, and a collection of poems for children, The Guardian dreams. It includes its Arabic prose Hazinia or lack of joy cells and freckles water (short story). ........Etc

Faleeha’s Poetry has been translated into English, Turkmen, Bosevih, Indian, French, Italian, German, Kurdish, Spain and Albania. She has received awards from the linguists and translators Arab Society (AWB) and the Festival of creativity Najafi for 2012, as well as Naziq God Award angels, Al Mu'tamar Prize for Poetry, and the award short story of the martyr mihrab and institution. Faleeha is a sitting member on the boards of Baniqya Member, a quarterly in Najaf; Rivers Echo (Echo Mesopotamia); Iraqis in Najaf and Writers Association; Iraqi Union; a member of the Literary Women and Sinonu (ie Swift) Association in Denmark; The Society of Poets beyond borders; and Poets of the Global Community

Her poems and her stories have been published in a variety American magazines such as  : Philadelphia Poets 22; Harbinger Asylum; Brooklyn Rail (AprIl 2016); Screaminmamas; The Galway Review; Words without Borders; TXTOBJX; Intranslation; SJ Magazine; Nondoc Wordgathering; SCARLET LEAF REVIEW; The Courier-Post; I am not a silent poet; Taosjournal; Inner Child Press

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