Trailer for Eric Hoffer Award-Winning Book The Great American Family: A Story of Political Disenchantment
Namou meets with her literary guru, Jack Canfield.
Since launching her writing career over a decade ago, Weam Namou has done over a 150 radio interviews and dozens of speaking engagements.
■ This interviews was originally published by Oakland Press and then the next day by several other Digital Media publications including the Daily Tribune, Macomb Daily, The News Herald.
Book Trailer for The Feminine Art, a Novel.
(Conversations with Kai Mann)
N.Y. author John Gorman interviews namou http://jgpapercut.blogspot.com/2015/08/interview-with-weam-namou.html
Sterling Heights Sentry newspaper features Iraqi Americans book series http://www.candgnews.com/news/local-author-shares-perspective-chaldean-community-85146
Mesopotamian Art Forum hosted a night for musician Ahmad Barakat and filmmaker Weam Namou.
My Beloved Enemy is a documentary about Iraqis that settled in the USA, ten years after the war broke out. Weam Namou and her mother are interviewed in this documentary.
Namou is interviewed at a gathering of writers and intellectuals at the home of writer Dejlah Al Samawi.
■Starting Monday, November 14, and for the next 9 weeks, Weam Namou will be interviewed live every Monday by Los Angeles radio host Michael Long @ 5pm EST – Here’s the link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/journeyintothelight/2016/11/14/award-winning-author-of-twelve-books-weam-namou
■ “You’re the most provocative person I’ve interviewed. You’re intelligent and brilliant and you never lost your femininity. I haven’t gone this much over an interview in 3 or 4 years.” Radio host Ed Tyll, who has been in the media business for over 40 years and in June 2016 had scheduled Namou for a 20 minute interview that went on for 80 minutes. Full interview: http://theedtyllshow.podomatic.com/entry/2016-06-22T23_41_35-07_00
Arab Voices in Diaspora
Yasmeen S. Hanoosh, PhD, a professor at Portland State University describes the various Chaldean writers in Arab Voices in Diaspora, a book edited Layla Al Maleh.
The Free Dawn Hanna Committee
The Oakland Press – The Great American Family, a documentary, directed and produced by Weam Namou, aims to show innocence of woman convicted of conspiracy with video
Interview with Namou about her most recent work.