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Sure, you could litter that research book you’re reading with square sticky notes. But aren’t these three feline sticky shapes way more fun?
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.