After the Emirati poet and journalist Yahya Al-Ghunaimi presented a successful experience in the field of digital content industry through his program “Claket”, he is currently heading to publish his first book, which he will present during the next session of the Sharjah International Book Fair, which will be held from November 3 to 13 . He stressed that the book aims to translate thoughts and feelings that people go through without being able to reveal them or express them, in the form of thoughts and images that touch the feelings of the reader.
Al-Ghunaimi explained to “Emirates Today” that the book is entitled “Yin Yang… The Secret of Strength”, which was issued by “Story”, in his first cooperation with it, and it deals with the power of life, relationships and human feelings, and the multiplicity and contradictions it includes, such as good and evil, Happiness, unhappiness, etc.
He pointed out that he chose to publish the book in conjunction with the Sharjah Book Fair, as the exhibition represents an important occasion in which culture lovers from different Arab countries gather, especially the local audience, who addresses and targets them.
Al-Ghunaimi, who won the “Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Award”, ranked first in authoring Nabati poetry at the Gulf level, pointed out that publishing opportunities are available to writers and authors, thanks to the presence of many government institutions that target young talents, in addition to To publishing houses and private parties looking for these talents to develop and nurture them in a way that achieves a common benefit for these organizations and for young writers at the same time.
He added: “We have many governmental and private institutions that provide different opportunities for talented people and new ideas, and talented people should strive to communicate with these bodies and prove the sincerity of their talent in order to achieve their ambitions.” He continued: “I think that correcting the course of publishing on the local scene depends on publishing houses, which must have a certain level and professional standards that they must adhere to in choosing what they offer books, and have a work team that must be able to evaluate based on those criteria. ».