Nura Amin


Nura Amin
(نورا أمين) was born in Cairo, Egypt, in 1970. She took a degree in French literature from Cairo University in 1992. She now works as a film, theater, and literary critic for the Hilal and the newspaper al-Ahali, and as a lecturer at the Academy of Arts.

Her first volume of short stories appeared in 1994, and she has since published two more volumes, a novel. and a critical study of modern Egyptian drama.
She has translated several works from English and French into Arabic.

She was awarded the short-story prize from teh General Authority for Culture Palaces in 1996 for "Turuqat muhaddaba" and a prize for the best novel by writers under the age of forty from Andalusiya Foundation for Culture and Arts in 1999.

(From Arab Women Writers An Anthology of Short Stories by Dalya Cohen-Mar & Arab Women Writers A Critical reference Guide by Radwa Ashour & Feryal Ghazoul)

Publications: (Arabic)

  •  Jumal i`tiradiya (Parenthetical Clauses,short stories). Cairo:1995
  • Turuqat Muhaddaba (Convex Roads, short stories). Cairo:1995
  • Qamis wardi Farigh (An Empty Pink Shirt, novel). Cairo:1997
  • Halat al-ta`attuf (Cases of Sympathy, short stories). Cairo:1998

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