Posts Tagged "sara saab"

Clavis Aurea #18: Sara Saab, Nino Cipri, Eric Francis, Christopher Barzak

by on Nov 13, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

There are lots of reasons, I’m sure, why authors choose children as narrators. Maybe because they are unreliable or innocent narrators, or because they approach situations with less bias and can get into places grown-ups can’t. Personally, I think it is mostly because...

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Al Manara Dirge

by on Nov 8, 2010 in Poetry | 0 comments

By Sara Saab Al Manara Dirge: Beirut, 10pm, lighthouse enduring power outage. Twelve hours in the city of my infancy on a night endeavoring to portents. Without its sweeping beam, the flinty stack of Al Manara lighthouse wears the night. It juts among seaside apartment buildings like...

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