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Ghassan Zaqtan (b. 1954) is a leading Palestinian poet and editor. An figure in the avante-garde, he is admired in the Arab world, with ten poetry collections, a novel, and a play to his credit. His poetry has been translated into several languages. He lives in Ramallah.
Ghassan Zaqtan's work featured in PN Review comprises one contribution of poetry.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 186 (2009) Four Poems (translated by Fady Joudah)