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Ruwa Alhayek

RUWA ALHAYEK graduated from Princeton University in 2014 with a degree in Near Eastern Studies and certificates in Arabic, Creative Writing, and Gender and Sexuality Studies. She is currently pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing (nonfiction) at The New School and loves to read and write about Arabic and Arabness, Islam and Muslimness, Gender and everything related to women, language, love, and grief.

In Conversation

Suicide Blonde Turns 25: DARCEY STEINKE with Ruwa Alhayek

To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary edition of my novel Suicide Blonde, I wanted to have a conversation with a younger female writer whose work deals with similar themes as my novel.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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