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Meet Our Contributors | Issue 61:3 | Summer 2022

ASNIA ASIM is the recipient of the University of Chicago’s Humanities Fellowship and Brandeis University’s Alan Slifka Award. Her poems have received multiple nominations for a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net and have appeared (or are forthcoming) in Typehouse, Salamander, River Styx, Image, Juked, Southern Humanities Review, and BOOTH, among others. Her work …

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Announcing the Winner of the 2021 Goldstein Prize: Lena Khalaf Tuffaha

Sumita Chakraborty has selected Lena Khalaf Tuffaha’s poem “Autocorrect” as the winner of the 2021 Goldstein Poetry Prize. The poem will appear in MQR‘s Summer 2022 issue. “What I love about “Autocorrect” is that its language games cut straight to the poem’s emotional stakes from the very beginning. Alluvial—a word that describes land created by the …

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Meet Our Contributors | Issue 61.1 | Winter 2022

DIANA ABU-JABER often writes about the intersection of family and cultural identity. Her novels include Silverworld, Birds of Paradise, Origin, Crescent, and Arabian Jazz. Her memoirs include Life without a Recipe and The Language of Baklava. Her latest work, Fencing with the King, a novel of intrigue and suspense, will be published in March 2022 …

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Meet Our Contributors | Issue 60.4 | Fall 2021 | Why We Write

DR. VICTORIA M. ABBOUD holds a PhD from Wayne State University and teaches international students in computer science and engineering at the University of Windsor. Her piece, “Lessons,” won first place for nonfiction in the 2021 “Read at the Fringe” contest at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival. Her writing traces the trauma of longing and …

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