Eyad Barghuthy was born in Nazareth in 1980 and lives in Acre. He is a writer, translator, and editor. He is the deputy editor of the Maktoob series of translations from Arabic literature into Hebrew. A collection of his short stories titled Bayn Albuyut was published in 2011 by Dar Malamih, Cairo. His first novel, Bardakana, was published in 2014 by Dar Al Adab, Beirut, and in 2021 it was published in Hebrew, titled An Acre-esque Tale. Barghuthy has written, translated, and edited children’s books.
Literary Vision: Bi-national Literature and Translation as Middle East Union Culture
Sat, 14. Aug // 16:00, Literarisches Colloquium Berlin / Digital