Jokha al-Harthi is from the Sultanate of Oman. She is currently preparing her doctorate in the UK. She has published several collections of short stories, and two novels, Manamat (Dreams) and Sayyidat el-Qamar (Women of the Moon), excerpted in Banipal 40 – Libyan Fiction, as well as a number of articles.

 




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Banipal No 35 Writing in Dutch
Banipal No 49 A Cornucopia of Short Stories
Banipal No 40 – Libyan Fiction


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