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Suzanne Alaywan (born 1974) is a poet and painter. She has admitted to Joan Miró as being inspiration to her work, in addition to Japanese art.
Born in Beirut to a Lebanese father and Iraqi mother. Due to the Lebanese civil war, Alaywan spent her adolescent years between Andalus, Paris, and Cairo. In 1997 she graduated from the faculty of Journalism and Media in the American University of Cairo.
Since 1994, Alaywan has published nine collections of poetry.Café Bird (1994)
Angels’ Hideout (1995)
Temporary Sun (1998)
No Way Out (1999)
A Presence Called Love (2001)
Blind Lantern (2002)
Envisioning the Scene (2004)
Junk Words (2006)