Jamil Jan Kochai

Truman Capote Fellow at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and his first book is titled “99 Nights in Logar”

Truman Capote Fellow at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and his first book is titled  “99 Nights in Logar”

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