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On the Egyptian Streets Podcast: Graphic Novelist Deena Mohamed of Shubeik Lubeik

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On the Egyptian Streets Podcast: Graphic Novelist Deena Mohamed of Shubeik Lubeik

 

Deena Mohamed. Illustration by Noran Morsi.

This week’s episode of the Egyptian Streets Podcast features Deena Mohamed, one of Egypt’s few published graphic novelists.

Her book trilogy Shubeik Lubeik tackles Egyptian society in a magical way, to say the least. Deena joins host Noran Morsi in talking about her inspiration for her books, the Qahira webcomic that launched her comics career, and advice for aspiring graphic novelists.

Listen below or click here to listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor, Pocket Casts, or Spotify.

Make sure to subscribe to the Egyptian Streets podcast wherever you get your podcasts.

 

 

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Arts & Culture Reporter. Writer and multidisciplinary artist with a passion for podcasting and theatre. Pre-pandemic, can be spotted getting work done from a Cairo coffee shop, train in Delhi or a New York subway. Intra-pandemic, works at a sunny window with lots of iced coffee.

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