Muna Imady

Author of Syrian Folktales

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Muna Imady was born in Damascus in 1962 to an American mother and a Syrian father. She has a BA in English Literature and a diploma in English-Arabic Translation from Damascus University as well as a Maitrise from the Sorbonne.
Imady has designed a beginners English reading course for children and has written several text books for teaching English as a second language to children. She has also written and translated many short Arabic stories for children which were published in several Arabic magazines.
She has been interested in folktales since she was a child and promised herself that one day she would write a book of the folktales she had collected.
Imady lives in Damascus with her husband Dr Nizar Zarka and her three children Nour, Sammy and Kareem. She teaches English as a second language to young children and continues to collect folktales in her free time.
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