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Rania Mamoun

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Rania Mamoun

Rania Mamoun is a Sudanese activist, novelist, and writer. Mamoun has published two novels in Arabic, Green Flash (2006) and Son of the Sun (2013), as well as the short story collection Thirteen Months of Sunrise (2009). Thirteen Months of Sunrise, shortlisted for the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation 2020, was translated into English by Elisabeth Jaquette and published by Comma Press in 2019. Several of her stories have appeared in English translation, including in The Book of Khartoum (Comma Press, 2016), Banthology (Comma Press, 2018), and Banipal magazine (2007, 2016). Recently, Mamoun has written stories and articles for Al Baeed magazine, Al Araby UK, and the Democrat, a Sudanese newspaper.

Articles by Rania Mamoun

At the Coffee Shop
By Rania Mamoun
This man must be high on something, I thought.
Translated from Arabic by Nesrin Amin
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Main Character
By Rania Mamoun
A Man. Here he is. He has height and breadth. And something in his eye. The man picks his eye. He picks at his eyelashes, eyelid. On the whole the man has face. It could be described. How should we describe…
Translated from Danish
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