Abdullah al-Udhari was born in Taiz, Yemen, in 1941, and has lived in London since 1962. He studied classical Arab literature and Sabaean epigraphy at London University, where he also received a doctorate for his pioneering study, Jahili Poetry before Imru al-Qais [4000 BCE–500 CE], which established him as an authority on early Jahili literature. In 1974 he founded and edited TR, an Anglo-Arab literary and arts magazine. He is a literary historian, poet and storyteller, editor of Classical Poems by Arab Women (Saqi Books), and author of Voice Without Passport, The Arab Creation Myth, Victims of a Map, and Modern Poetry of the Arab World.
Books by this Author
Classical Poems by Arab Women
A Bilingual Anthology
Edited by Abdullah al-Udhari£12.99£12.99
Victims of a Map
A Bilingual Anthology of Arabic Poetry
Edited by Abdullah al-Udhari£9.99£9.99