Marwa Magdi

Marwa Magdi

Marwa Magdi holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Faculty of Commerce at Tanta University and is a Ph.D. researcher at Benha University. She is a poet and short story writer. Her published works include the poetry collection “Zahra Muharebah” (Warrior Flower) by Jasmine Publishing and Distribution, the poetry collection “Rob’ Qarn Leqtnas Tasheeda” (A Quarter of a Century to Capture a Sigh) by the General Authority for Cultural Palaces, the poetry collection “Tayf Abir” (Passing Spectrum) attempting to mimic by the General Egyptian Book Organization, and a collection of short stories titled “Aalam Yatn Fi Uzuni” (A World Whispering in My Ears) by Nissan Publishing and Distribution.

She is a journalist and writer for various Arabic websites such as Raseef 22, Arageek, Nawa3em, Alnas.net, and Special Magazine. Her creative works and critical studies have been published in Egyptian and Arab newspapers such as Akhbar Al-Adab, Alam Al-Kutub Magazine, Al-Ahram, Al-Thaqafah Al-Jadeeda, Al-Qabas Kuwaiti newspaper, Jordan’s Voice of the Generation Magazine, and others.

Marwa Magdi is also a lecturer and conducts creative writing workshops for children. Her poetry collection “Rob’ Qarn Leqtnas Tasheeda” (A Quarter of a Century to Capture a Sigh) was selected for academic research titled “Reading in the Scene of Classical Poetry in Gharbia” at the Faculty of Arts, Tanta University. She was honored for her participation as a critic in the Alexandria Narrative Conference organized by the Narratives Lab at the Alexandria Library. Additionally, she has received recognition from various cultural entities.