Nasri, a British-Lebanese writer and publisher, published his first book, ‘Our Man in Beirut’, last year. Based on his blog with the same title, it tackles the social issues faced by people who only feel partially Lebanese because of their upbringing abroad.
Taking this notion of the Third Culture Kid (someone who spends their developmental years in a country that isn’t their parents), he is now launching an online cultural collective and digital publishing house that aims to give Third Culture Kids from around the world both a place to belong to and a platform to showcase their creativity. The project is a partnership with Keeward, where Nasri works as the publishing and digital media guy.
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