Suzanne Alaywan (given birth to 1974) is a poet and painter. She’s accepted to Joan Miró to be motivation to her function, furthermore to Japanese artwork.
Blessed in Beirut to a Lebanese dad and Iraqi mom. Because of the Lebanese civil battle, Alaywan spent her adolescent years between Andalus, Paris, and Cairo. In 1997 she graduated in the faculty of Journalism and Mass media in the American School of Cairo.
Since 1994, Alaywan has published 9 choices of poetry. Café Parrot (1994) Angels’ Hideout (1995) Unique (1996) Short lived Sun (1998) NO CHANCE Out (1999) A Existence Called Like (2001) Blind Lantern (2002) Envisioning the Picture (2004) Junk Phrases (2006)