Laila Abdullah

Laila Abdullah

Laila Abdullah is an Omani writer and storyteller who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Arabic Language from Imam Muhammad bin Saud University. She has worked as an Arabic language teacher and earned a diploma in Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Laila writes a weekly column for various newspapers and magazines and has participated in multiple literary seminars and festivals. She has received several awards and her debut novel “Dafatir Farho” was nominated for the Sheikh Zayed Award. She excels in her literary and critical writings, particularly in children’s literature.

Among her most notable works are “Imagined Love Letters Between Henry Miller and Anaïs Nin,” “Hawajes Ghurfat Al-Alam,” “Kalbuha Al-Tasea” which won the award for best short story release in 2017, “Kaenati Al-Sardyah,” “Areqa wa Kitab wa Kubo Kahwa,” and “Fahras Al-Mulook.”

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