[Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar] Everything Blooms [10th century Book] DOC

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In “Everything Blooms” Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar places the reader between a record shop of a small town in rural Pennsylvania and Homs Syria a city devastated by war We are distinctly between the old and the new the diaspora and the home that was and between an old man and his eyeglasses Basim is an older man a record shop owner and is nearly blind without his glasses He is visited in his shop by a young boy whose father has recently passed away The boy named Nagib but who goes by Nate says his father recalled Basim as the “only other Syrian in the whole country” The reader knows this can’t be true but the sentiment coupled with the fact that Basim did not know the boy’s father   in the small town or in Homs   sets the scene places us in the in between Sonia Ali Abou.

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Everything Blooms

L and offer varied other readings performances art projects and community events involving an exceptionally talented and diverse range of local national and international Arab American artists About the Publisher Electric Literature is an independent publisher amplifying the power of storytelling through digital innovation Electric Literature’s weekly fiction magazine Recommended Reading invites established authors indie presses and literary magazines to recommended great fiction Once a month we feature our own recommendation of original previously unpublished fiction Recommended Reading is supported by the Literary Partnership the New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts For other links from Electric Literature follow us or sign up for our eNewsletter.

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T the Author Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar is the Syrian American author of the forthcoming debut novel The Map of Salt and Stars TouchstoneSimon Schuster 2018 She is a member of the Radius of Arab American Writers RAWI a Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation VONA and Tin House Writers Workshop alum and a 2017–2020 Montalvo Arts Center Lucas Artists Program Literary Arts Fellow in fiction Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in The Kenyon Review PANK Magazine The Saturday Evening Post The Normal School and elsewhere About the Guest Editor Mizna is a Twin Cities non profit arts organization that promotes contemporary expressions of Arab American culture We publish the literary journal Mizna Prose Poetry and Art Exploring Arab America produce the Twin Cities Arab Film Festiva.


2 thoughts on “Everything Blooms

  1. says:

    The meeting of a Syrian boy and an older Syrian man in a music shop evokes memories of home for the man An aching portrait of loss especially the loss of home as one knows it Now I’m looking forward even to Joukhadar’s novel

  2. says:

    I thought I downloaded the book Maybe it was just an essay Either way it was ok