Two women - a reclusive queer Somali artist and a gifted Iranian-Somali teenage punk. Both have survived extraordinary circumstances, and find unexpected solace, inspiration and friendship when their lives intersect. In a novel anchored by memory and loss, art-making and ambition, both women will have to learn how to make peace with their ghosts. Told with poeticism, moral acuity and a sense of the surreal, We Once Belonged to the Sea marks Diriye Osman out as one of the finest writers of his generation.

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SIMILAR Books

Published:

October 1, 2018

Publisher:

Team Angelica Publishing

ISBN:

978-0-995-51625-0

Language:

English

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