Fadhil Al Azzawi

Journalist, Person

1940 –

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Who is Fadhil Al Azzawi?

Fadhil Al Azzawi is an Iraqi writer highly respected in the Arab world, as he has published seven volumes of poetry, six novels, three books of criticism and memoir, and several translations of German literary works. He participated in Iraq's avant-garde Sixties Generation, and his early controversial work was lauded with great enthusiasm.

He holds a BA in English Literature from Baghdad University, however Fadhil soon left Iraq in 1976, as the Baathist-controlled regime was becoming increasingly powerful. He later earned a doctorate in communications studies from Leipzig University. He has worked as a freelance journalist and translator for Arab newspapers and cultural reviews. He also founded the poetry magazine Shi’r 69.

He currently resides in Berlin, where he works as a full-time writer.

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Born
1940
Kirkuk
Nationality
  • Iraq
Profession
Education
  • University of Baghdad
  • University of Leipzig
Lived in
  • Kirkuk

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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