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Cover to Cover EP 27: Mohammed Massoud Morsi

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Event Date and Time:
Wednesday 21st June, 2017 @ 8:00pm - 8:30pm

This month our guest author is Mohammed Massoud Morsi. Tune in to hear him talk about his book, Twenty Two Years to Life  (published by Mohammed Hussein Miheasen) with host, Meri Fatin.

Meri Fatin and Mohammed Massoud Morsi


Twenty Two Years to Life is the story of a young man and woman who fall in love, get married, and plan a family together. It is perhaps the most ‘normal’ story in the world – a love story. Except that in the life of this deeply devoted couple ‘normal’ is also a harsh world of permits, razor wire, scarcity and fear. The dichotomy between love and oppression echoes through this powerful narrative, taking the reader on a shifting journey between the delicate and the devastating. In Twenty Two Years to Life Morsi, writing with tremendous empathy, has distilled a political conflict into a very human, visceral story. In doing so he asks us all to consider what a person bereft of hope might eventually become capable of.

Book Club Notes

Twenty Two Years to Life is writingWA's Book of the Month for May 2017.  Book club notes are available to download from the For Readers section of writingWA's main website.

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Event Details

21st June 2017 to 21st June 2017

20:00 to 20:30

broadcast on Westlink TV
via satellite on the VAST platform on channel 602

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