Casablanca — You may know Leïla Slimani as the first Moroccan woman to be awarded the prestigious literary prize, the “Prix Goncourt.” Perhaps you simply know her as the talented author of “Dans le Jardin de l’Ogre” ("In the Ogre’s Garden”) or “Chanson Douce” (“Sweet Song”). Or you may know her as the accomplished journalist who wrote for Jeune Afrique for several years. 

Leïla Slimani: Portrait of First Moroccan Woman to Win Prix Goncourt
Ghita is a Moroccan native and a graduate of Boston University’s Film and Television program.