Juliana Farha is a Canadian-born Londoner with a Lebanese heritage and a liberal feminist outlook. While her politics are decidedly progressive she dislikes orthodoxies, groups, clubs and committees.
Juliana writes about questions that seize her imagination, insult her sense of fairness, and open her eyes to beauty. Her work includes commentary on issues from education policy and cancer treatment to the Arab spring and the state of contemporary feminism, alongside memoir and even some poetry.
Steeped in the arts and a journalist by training, Juliana has two kids, a cat and a husband. Her cat’s name is Punky.