Souzan Ibrahim has published four poetry collections titled Now I become a forest, Let the spring be, How plenty you are and A quarrel and three collections of short stories, called Yellow woman paints with blue, As I am. As You Are and When love is coming.
In her publications, Ibrahim focuses mainly on womens’ affairs in Syrian society as well as on human relations more broadly. She has recently finished a new book, A diary of war in Syria during 2011/2012: No Pigeons in the sky of the city. In it, Ibrahim chronicles the daily life of Syrians and their suffering under the war.
As a journalist, Souzan Ibrahim has published many articles in the Syrian daily press and trade journals on topics of culture, human relations and women's rights. She worked as an editor for many Syrian newspapers, including al-Wehda Press Authority, Poultry Magazine , Syria Steps, Snonoo as well as Baladna and al-Thawra daily Newspapers, and worked as a manager at the translation department of the Syrian Books Committee of the Culture Ministry in Damascus. She was also an Executive correspondent for the Environment and Business Magazine in Damascus.
Souzan Ibrahim will participate in a conversation with Helena Fagertun during the Litteraturmässan in Stockholm at the Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, a long-time partner of ICORN as Stockholm celebrates 20 years as city of refuge this year.
Many writers and artists in ICORN residencies will participate in the Litteraturmässan in Stockholm this week. Read more on: Fristadsförfattare som medverkar på Stockholms litteraturmässa 2018 (in Swedish).