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Quoth the Poe
“I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity,” reads this graphic black-and-white print from Obvious State.
The Kurdish writer Ava Homa is the author of Daughters of Smoke and Fire (Overlook/Abrams, 2020), a novel about a Kurdish girl’s creative and literal coming of age amidst oppression and statelessness. We asked her to recommend five works from Middle Eastern writers.