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Mohamed Miloud Gharrafi
Mohamed Miloud Gharrafi is a French-Moroccan poet, novelist and translator. He lives in France. He published three collections of poetry: burns of passion (Morocco, 2002), I chew it like black chewing gum (France/Morocco, 2009) and I don’t associate anyone with my loneliness (Cairo, 2014) and a novel: I did not see the waterfalls from above (Lebanon, 2011) He is translated into several languages ​​(English, French, Italian, Macedonian, Romanian, Spanish ...) and has participated in several international poetry festivals (Canada, Costa-Rica, Switzerland, France, Macedonia, Italy, Spain ...). He is professor of Arabic literature at the University of Lyon 3 (France).