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Sumerian Tablets as 'Iraqi Haiku' - Dunya Mikhail reads 'Tablets III' and talks about her work DUNYA MIKHAIL was born in Iraq and left for the United States in 1996. Her books include The Iraqi Nights, Diary of A Wave Outside the Sea, and The War Works Hard. She also edited a pamphlet of Iraqi poetry titled 15 Iraqi Poets. She was awarded the Kresge Fellowship, Arab American Book Award, and UN Human Rights Award for Freedom of Writing.
Sumerian Tablets as 'Iraqi Haiku' - Dunya Mikhail reads 'Tablets III' and talks about her work DUNYA MIKHAIL was born in Iraq and left for the United States in 1996. Her books include The Iraqi Nights, Diary of A Wave Outside the Sea, and The War Works Hard. She also edited a pamphlet of Iraqi poetry titled 15 Iraqi Poets. She was awarded the Kresge Fellowship, Arab American Book Award, and UN Human Rights Award for Freedom of Writing.
Dunya Mikhail: "One More Love Poem" Recorded by Dunya Mikhail for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on April 2, 2021. www.poets.org
Read By: Dunya Mikhail Dunya Mikhail on her selection: My translation of this poem by Louise Glück, the 2020 Nobel Laureate in Literature, is part of my continuous work to translate contemporary American poetry into Arabic. Like the rest of Louise Glück’s poetry, “Winter Recipes from the Collective” makes us contemplate how a personal narrative informs a universal truth.  This poem was originally published in the Winter 2020 issue of The American Scholar. Music: "Shift of Currents" by Blue Dot Sessions // CC BY-NC 2.0
Dunya Mikhail: The Beekeeper of Sinjar The Beekeeper of Sinjar&nbsp;by Iraqi journalist&nbsp;Dunya Mikhail&nbsp;is the deeply moving real-life account of an Iraqi honey trader who used his regional knowledge to help liberate Yazidi women enslaved by ISIS. Dunya weaves together recent tales of near-impossible escapes with her own experience of exile. A former journalist at&nbsp;The Baghdad Observer&nbsp;and winner of the UN Human Rights Award for Freedom of Writing, Dunya talks to SBS&rsquo;s&nbsp;Janice Petersen&nbsp;to reflect on a remarkable story that offers a hopeful counterpoint to terror and hatred.
Poems of Peace and War: Dunya Mikhail Dunya Mikhail at the Poems of Peace and War panel. Part of the Chicago Humanities Festival, 2006.
Dunya Mikhail: International Poets in Conversation American poet Katie Ford talks to Iraqi poet Dunya Mikhail about how the experience of natural and human disasters inform their work.