Dubai, UAE: Ananke, new media and development platform focusing on inclusion and empowerment, welcomes Dubai Diaries as media partner for its flagship event Women In Literature Festival. The two-day, online event plans to celebrate literary voices from across the Global South and beyond who are all set to share their views about fictionalizing women’s lived experiences at the second edition of Ananke’s much celebrated Women In Literature Festival 2022 (#WLF2022).
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Talking about the partnership, Rabea Saeed-Hassan, Editor Dubai Diaries said: “We are looking forward to the Literature Festival for Women 2022. The partnership is a great opportunity to connect with, discover the talents of and empower women form around the world. Words have great power and there can be no better messenger of these then the women themselves.”
“Events like these are great opportunities to showcase the power of collaborations. How it is so important to not work in silos. I am delighted to have Dubai Diaries as our amazing media partners,” Founder and Executive Editor Ananke and WLF organizer, Sabin Muzaffar said.
With the theme, Rethinking Paper, Ink & Gender, the two-day online event opens up dialogue on publishing and the written word at the intersections of gender, feminist literary activism, innovation, biases, sustainability, linguistic identity, corporatization in publishing and more.
The event will be livestreamed on Ananke’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/anankemag
Organizing partners and collaborators include (in alphabetical order) Readomania, Seagull Books, Zubaan Books, Zuka Books, Ala Books and Authors, Authors Alliance Pakistan, Neem Tree Press and more. Authors include, Myriam Tadasse, Annie Zaidi, Sabyn Javeri, Saba Karim Khan, Aysha Baqir, Zainab Shah, Nilofer Qazi, Kehkasha Khalid, Usman T Malik, Tarun Saint, Arpita Das, Sascha Akhtar, Nilanjana Bhowmick, Naima Rashid, Arshia Sattar, Dr Amina Yaqin, Katherine Abraham, Sara Naveed, Safinah Danish Elahi, Laaleen Sukhera, Arsalan Athar, Mehr F Husain, Taiba Abbas, Musharraf Ali Farooqi, Radhika Maira Tabrez, Linda Collins, Akshita Nanda, Ameena Hussein, Wanjikū Wa Ngūgī, Meena Kandasamy, Anam Zakaria, K Vaishali, Aquila Ismail, Anubha Yadav, Tanushree Ghosh, Shereen Melharbe, Dr Sofia Rehman, Archna Sharma, Hafsa Lodi, Hira Ali, Shahd AlShammari, Lakshana Palat, Kehkashan Khalid, Sidra F Sheikh, Rohama Malik, Sumit Sehgal,
Shreya Ila Anasuya, Piyusha Vir, Nida Usman Chaudhry, Deepti Menon, Harshali Singh, Sutapa Basu, Anupama Jain, Rituparna Ghosh, Archna Sarat, Jenny Bhatt, Mayura Misra, Vijayashanthi Murthi, Manjul Bajaj, Shalini Mullick, Chetna Keer and more. Watch this space for more updates.
Hashtag: #AnankeWLF #WLF2022
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