Sarah Kahly-Mills is a Lebanese-American writer. Her fiction, poetry and essays have appeared in different publications, including the Los Angeles Review of Books and the Markaz Review. Mills helped edit “Kurdish Women’s Stories,” a collection of stories compiled by the activist Houzan Mahmoud with women of the Kurdish community around the world.
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Living and Writing Iraq’s Time of Tumult
In a new book, “God 99,” the Iraqi writer Hassan Blasim takes readers on a disorienting journey beyond the boundaries of realism and through the dark consequences, the absurd moments and the grotesque truths of war.