May 24, 2004

Diana Abu-Jaber

The Chronicle talks with Diana Abu-Jaber about Arab-American identity. She notes that since there are so few literary depictions of Arab life in America that she receives highly scrutinizing letters from readers niggling over the details. Abu-Jaber also points out that people consider her work highly politicized when it is not. According to Laila, she's also a grand reader. Abu-Jaber has also recently launched a website, which will contain information on future appearances. There's also an interview with Terry Gross up from March 2003.

Posted by DrMabuse at May 24, 2004 10:33 AM