Mardean Isaac is a writer and editor. His writing has appeared in The Awl, The Blizzard, the Financial Times, Lapham’s Quarterly, New Lines magazine, Tablet magazine, the Times Literary Supplement and elsewhere. He is essays editor at BRICK magazine.
Born in London to Assyrian parents from Iraq and Iran, he was educated at Cambridge University, where he studied English and French literature, and Oxford University, where he studied Syriac literature and the late antiquity period in the Middle East. He is working on a novel, and regularly releases essays.
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