Monia Mazigh is an academic, award-winning Canadian author and human rights activist. She writes in French and English and authored so far, a memoir, three novels celebrated by the critique, an essay and a collection of short stories.
Her latest novel, Farida won the Ottawa Book Award for French fiction.
Her new essay/memoir, “My personal journey with a “Scar…f”, an essay/memoir about gendered islamophobia, has been a finalist for the Governor General literary award in the non-fiction category for 2023.
Monia is a literary columnist with ONFr+. She published several articles with the Ottawa Citizen, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star and other newspapers.
I gave presentation about my literary work. Fiction and non-fiction.
I also gave several presentations about Islamophobia, racism against Muslims, human rights and national security.
General workshop about writing for students ( youth).
Specialized workshop for youth and adult about advocacy non-fiction writing.
How to became a writer.
Reading and writing, two inseprable twins.