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    Reem Ghanayem

    Reem Ghanayem (born in 1982) is a Palestinian poet, translator, and researcher in the fields of Arabic and English literature. Her dissertation concentrated on the theater of the absurd and its different methods of representation. She has published two collections of original poetry: Mag: A Life of Exiles and Prophecies: Self Portraits. Other publications include a translations of James Joyce’s poetry; Charles Bukowski’s novel, Post Office, and his short story collection, The Most Beautiful Woman in Town; an anthology of African American poetry; Richard Wright’s book of haiku, This Other World; and Naked Lunch, a novel by William Burroughs. Reem is the Arabic section editor at The Short Story Project. Reem has taught English and Arabic literature (2007–2018), worked as a research assistant (2004–2012) at Al-Qasemi Academy, Tel Aviv University, lectured at al-Qasemi Academy (2019) and Givat Havivah College (2004–2005), and been an instructor in Arabic at Tel Aviv University (2001–2004). She has edited for Adab, a series in contemporary Arabic literature translated into Hebrew, Anti/Neged, a magazine of translations of contemporary Arabic literature into Hebrew, and the Qadita cultural website. She has written book reviews and criticism for the Omani literary journal, Hayah, and Ultra Sawt, Al-Araby Al-Jadid, Al-Quds Al-Araby, and Romann, among others. She began working in translation and proofreading in 2001.

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