Raed Wahesh 
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شارع 1 العربية

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شارع 2 العربية

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to poem

شارع 3 العربية

الترجمات: fr

to poem

رسالة 1 العربية

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رسالة 2 العربية

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النَّاس في الحرب العربية

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غياب 1 العربية

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غياب 2 العربية

الترجمات: fr

to poem

غياب 3 العربية

الترجمات: fr

to poem

غياب 4 العربية

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غياب 6 العربية

الترجمات: de

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Raed Wahesh 
Author

Foto © Danielle Choureiry Kassouf
* 02.06.1981, Damascus, سوريا
يعيش في: Hamburg, ألمانيا

Raed Wahesh (born in Damascus in 1981) is a Palestinian-Syrian writer and journalist and one of the major Arabic poets of his generation. To date he has published four volumes of verse. Wahesh has developed over the years into a political writer who addresses social issues and makes a theme of war and destruction in his homeland. He has been supporting the Syrian revolution with his writing from the very beginning as a defender of freedom of opinion and of freedom of the word. 
Wahesh has worked as a cultural editor for various Arabic-language newspapers and websites. His 2015 prose volume A Missing Piece of Damascus’ Sky is based on his experiences during the revolution. His most recent texts deal with issues of exile. expulsion and deracination. Raed Wahesh fled Syria in 2013 and came to Germany, where he was initially a guest in the Heinrich Böll House. He now lives in Hamburg.

 Foto © Danielle Choureiry Kassouf
المنشورات
  • دم أبيض- دار التكوين

    [White Blood]

    2005

  • لا أحد يحلم كأحد- احتفالية دمشق عاصمة الثقافة العربية

    [No One Dreams As Anyone]

    2008

  • عندما لم تقع الحرب- دار كاف

    [When the War Doesn’t Happen]

    2012

  • مشاةً نلتقي.. مشاة نفترق- دار المتوسط

    [Walking We Meet. Walking We Break Away]

    2016

  • Weg sein - hier sein

    Eine Anthologie mit Texten aus Deutschland. Von 19 Autoren, die geflohen sind

    Zürich: Secession Verlag für Literatur, 2016

  • Deine Angst - Dein Paradies

    Poesie der Nachbarn - Syrien

    Mit Gedichten von Lina Atfah, Aref Hamza, Mohmmad Al-Matroud, Rasha Omran, Lina Tibi, Raed Wahesh. Hrsg. von Mahmoud Hassanein und Hans Thill

    Heidelberg: Wunderhorn, 2018

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