About

Indelible is a literary journal published by the American University in Dubai (AUD), reaching out to a broader community of writers, both established and emerging. Indelible’s name, inspired by the way the poet Hilda Doolittle (H.D.) used it in her poem Trilogy, refers to inerasable ink, which is a metaphor for the power of words.

The journal, therefore, seeks to publish works from distinguished writers and artists with strong voices and literary/artistic convictions that represent diverse interests and aesthetic styles. Each themed semi-annual issue, which is edited and managed by English department faculty and student members at AUD, presents an eclectic set of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, interviews, op-eds, and art. It is our great pleasure to promote our contributors in any way we can.

To keep up with Indelible’s news and events, follow us on Instagram and subscribe to our journal (in the Homepage’s sidebar to the right).

For any questions, or to submit your contributions, please contact the editors at: editor@indelibleaud.com

3 comments

  1. The Festival of Literature was amazing. But the organizer and poet’s name wasn’t written under her tile like the others – i only heard Rula?. Please send me her name so i can look at more of her poetry. I liked the Levantine, ancient Greek and Orthodox Christianity allusions in her poems. Also send me emails about your upcoming literary events please.

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      • Thanks. I thought you had an email newsletter? I look at emails daily, but not social media. I would like to zoom attend futureiterary events. NJ Helgeson

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