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Amal El-Mohtar



Amal El-Mohtar is a Canadian-born child of the Mediterranean, currently pursuing a PhD in English Literature at the Cornwall Campus of the University of Exeter. She received the 2009 Rhysling award for her poem "Song for an Ancient City," and has received a Nebula nomination for "The Green Book," a short story published in the Arab/Muslim issue of APEX magazine. Her work has appeared in many online and print publications, including STRANGE HORIZONS, WEIRD TALES, and IDEOMANCER. A full bibliography is available here: http://www.writertopia.com/profiles/AmalElMohtar. She also co-edits GOBLIN FRUIT, an online quarterly dedicated to fantastical poetry, with Jessica P. Wick. Find it online at http://www.goblinfruit.net. Her work has appeared in many print and online venues, She drinks tremendous amounts of tea, plays the harp, and keeps a Livejournal somewhat tidy at http://tithenai.livejournal.com

Genres: Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction
 
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