Critic, poet and writer for children, the Iraqi Farouk Yousef published his first collection of poetry, Silent Songs, in 1996. Since then he has published six other collections of poetry and five books of art criticism. Yousef has also published six travelogues including Sleeping Paradise (2011). He has also worked with newspapers such as Al Hayat, Al-Quds Al-Arabi and An-Nahar. In 2006, Yousef won the Ibn Battuta award for his book “Nothing Nobody”.
Where memory is the house of culture and knowledge; where the original council, separated by a cultural sidewalk that connects Muharraq with the intellectuals and writers of the world. The house itself, located at the heart of the city, opens its doors to cultural production in the fields of thought, literature, politics, philosophy, culture and art.Read More