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PUBLICATIONS

 

Publications: Fiction and Poetry

“The Cities of Animals.” Translated to Farsi by Assad Amraee, Nemayeh Tehran. 2013.


“Two Stories: Husband Stories.” Guernica Magazine, 2012.


“Two Stories: The Cities of Animals.” Guernica Magazine, 2012.


“Are You There?” Desert Voices, 2009.


“Dry Lake, Nevada, 1983.” Best New Poets 2006, edited by Eric Pankey and Jeb Livingood, Meridian Press, 2006.


“Dry Lake, Nevada, 1983.” AGNI Online, 2005.


“Bloom.” Indiana Review, 2005.


“Tiger Ghosts.” Mode, 2004.


“The Last Great Electric Peepshow,” Portland Review, 2000.

 

Publications: Nonfiction

“Enduring Tales: The Qatari Oral Tradition." Words Without Borders, 2020.


“Animals Died at our House, and Other Things that Burn or Wear Away.” Guernica Magazine, 2018.


Baker, Sybil and Watts, Autumn. “‘The Expo,’” Guernica Magazine.” The Craft of Editing, edited by

Adnan Mahmutović and Lucy Durneen, Routledge, 2018.


Watts, Autumn, et al. “First-year Writing Seminar Program at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar: Balancing Tradition, Culture, and Innovation in Transnational Writing.” Transnational Writing Program Administration, edited by David S. Martins, Utah State University, 2015.


Watts, Autumn, et al. “Tuberculosis Beliefs, Meanings, and Stigmas Through the Eyes of Qatar’s Migrant Workers: Survey Analysis and Narratives.” Qatar Foundation Annual Research Forum. HBKU Press, 2015.


“No Longer Here.” Dreesha: Glimpes of Qatar, 2010.


“Keeping Faith.” Qatar: Then and Now, 2009.


“Notes from Conversations I Failed to Have.” Qatar Narratives, 2008.

 

Publications: Edited Work and Volumes

Khalifa, Al Sayed. “The Sunni and His Friend.” Translated by Tariq Ahmed, edited by Autumn Watts,

Words Without Borders, 2020.


Khalaf, Umm. “Fatoum and Hamoud and Hamed." Translated by Rana ElMaghraby, edited by

Autumn Watts, Words Without Borders, 2020.


Khalaf, Umm. “Al Fisaikra.” Translated by Kholoud Saleh, edited by Autumn Watts, Words Without Borders, 2020.


Khalaf, Umm. “The Jealous Wife." Translated by Mei El Ghindi, edited by Autumn Watts, Guernica Magazine, 2014.


Mantha, Yogamaya, et al. Constructing Qatar: Migrant Narratives from the Margins of a Global System, edited by Andrew Gardner and Autumn Watts, Smashwords, 2012.


Watts, Autumn, et al., editors. Qira’at: Readings from the students at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, WCMC-Q, 2010.


Watts, Autumn, et al., editors. Qira’at: Readings from the students at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, WCMC-Q, 2008.