We’re starting a video book discussion series to be the equivalent of a virtual book club, and to bring book discussions on a new platform and spark curiosity about those books.
This episode is discussing Saud AlSanousi’s latest book: Mama Hessa’s Mice (Grandma Hessa’s Mice), which sets places in Kuwait between 1985 till 2020 predicting how will things be if certain sectarian thoughts remained among the community.
The discussion was with Hend Saeed (Arabic Programme Manager in Emirates Airlines Festival of Literature), Yara Mirdad (Competitions Manager in Emirates Airlines Festival of Literature), & Iman Ben Chaibah (founder of Sail Publishing and Editor in chief of Sail Magazine).
Please note, the author will be having a session on this book during the Emirates Airlines Festival of Literature, on Friday 11th March, 2016 at 7 PM. Make sure you get your tickets in advance!
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