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Born in 1964, Leila Aboulela grew up in Khartoum, moving to London in her mid-twenties. Aboulela’s stories have been broadcast on BBC Radio and published in a number of anthologies, including "The Museum" in Opening Spaces, which won the Caine Prize in 2000. She has also co-written a play for Radio 4 and her first novel, The Translator was long-listed for the Orange Prize 2000.
- Intangible :: online magazine with several of Aboulela's stories