El-Ghitany's short stories over the past ten years finally come together in this remarkable collection.
The most important fact revealed by the publication of Abdel-Hakim Kassim’s letters is that they are not just small fragments on the margin of literary effort
Khaled Ziyada’s City by the Mediterranean is an encyclopaedic work after which the true identity of the city remains ambiguous
A little novella, only seventy-seven pages long, relates the story of Vienna, a woman struggling against a society that confines females to the smallest of worlds
Al-Koni's Great Desert is often mistaken for an empty land. His translator into English, the Chair of the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Georgetown University shares his own insights of the Libyan writer's work
In his new novel, Ibrahim Abdel-Meguid writes about online life in all its bitter-sweet complexity
Lucette Lagnado writes about her Jewish family's happy life in Egypt and the pains of exodus
Khaled El-Barri’s latest novel shortlisted for Arabic Booker prize creates a new impression of the life of Egyptians living abroad
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