Jordan Elgrably is a Franco-American writer of Moroccan-Lithuanian heritage, currently on sabbatical from The Markaz, a cultural arts center for the Middle East and North Africa he cofounded in 2001. His work has appeared widely in anthologies and periodicals including The Best of Writers at Work, The Burning Library, The Paris Review, Salmagundi, The Truth About the Fact, Al Jadid, Al Jazeera, and Alternet. He's at work on a novel about Syrian refugees in Los Angeles, and a study of cultural commuters and conflict resolution.
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Jordan Elgrably on Ali Eteraz's "Native Believer."...
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