Afghanistan’s New Writers, in the Wilson Quarterly

AWWP Editor Darcy Courteau has written a piece for The Wilson Quarterly.

There is a small group of Afghan women whose names—Nasima, Farahnaz, Norwan—show up in my inbox weekly. I’ve never met these women, but I’ve been helping to edit their poems and essays for nearly two years. Founded in 2009 by American journalists and writers, the Afghan Women’s Writing Project (AWWP) mentors Afghan women and publishes their work in an online magazine run by volunteers.

Continue reading on the WQ site.

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Comments

  1. So happy that the writers are going to be able to continue working with you in this way! Wonderful news.

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