Fatin Abbas’ first novel, “The Interventionists”, is forthcoming from W. W. Norton & Co. Her short fiction has appeared in Freeman’s: The Best New Writing on Arrival, The Warwick Review, and Friction, and her journalism and review essays have appeared in Le Monde Diplomatique, Die Zeit, The Nation, Africa is a Country, African Arguments and openDemocracy, among other places. She is a recipient of the Miles Morland Foundation Writing Scholarship, and has been awarded residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris), Villa Sarkia (Finland), Arc Artist Residency (Switzerland), and an Alumni Award granted by the Iceland Writers Retreat. Born in Sudan and raised in New York, she gained her BA from the University of Cambridge, her PhD from Harvard University, and her MFA in Creative Writing from Hunter College, the City University of New York, where she was awarded both the Bernard Cohen Short Story Prize and the Miriam Weinberg Richter Award for her writing.
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