Walaa Kamal: Who Are the True Heroes of the Novel?
Date/Time: Wednesday 1 February 2023 10:15-11:15
Session No: 126
What makes this today’s youth unique is our courageous striving to break barriers, adapt to societal change and choose our own life path. But we often fall into a small social bubble where we seek reassurance and search for love and self-acceptance.
To help showcase the bravery and heroism of youth, writer Walaa Kamal, shares his own journey and adventures of the heroes of his books, from My Days with Cairokee and The Final Mass.
Walaa Kamal is a British-born Egyptian writer and translator. He studied translation, media, and film directing. His written works include: 730 Days with Cairokee and Final Mass.
As you plan your day at the Festival, please take into consideration that it takes between 30-60 mins to commute between the Intercontinental, Festival City and Mohammed Bin Rashid Library.