Youssef Shaaban, poet and critic, will discuss the works of renowned Egyptian poet, Mohamed Afifi Matar on year after his death
The General Egyptian Book Organization is hosting a book fair today featuring family discounts and other sales for readers
A literary workshop in Al Zaytoun district with Jordanian author Sobhy Fahmawi on Thursday night
By revealing the inner workings of the Mubarak regime during the 18-day revolt, Abdel-Kader Shohaib describes, from the position of an observer, how the ousted president's fate was sealed years before
Sheikh Zakaria Ahmed, the composer and musician who shaped much of Egypt's Arabic musical heritage, is finally commemorated in a historical volume
A new book penned by Magdi Hussein during his time in prison offers a history of Egypt for younger generations
Ibrahim Dawood describes in his prose book, The Atmosphere, Cairo’s marginalised intellectual community that meet in cafés
Mohamed El-Bosaty produces an epic love story worthy of being placed side by side with the greatest of romances
A celebration of the life of Farag Fouda on the 19th anniversary of his assassination for his ardent opposition to Islamic extremism is timely at this juncture for Egypt
Basma Abdel-Aziz's enjoys its second print run weeks after publishing and shares many insights about development of the relationship between the police and Egyptian citizens
One of the section's subjects is a seminar, in which many young men and ladies talked those who participated in the Tunisian revolution.
Dr. Waheed Abd El-Megeed's book contains his insights into the revolution and his previous writings on political reform
Memories of an Immoral Man observes with sarcasm the attitudes of opportunists that after the 1919 claimed to be revolutionaries - not dissimilar to the opportunists today
Alef bookstore in Zamalek will host Nesrin Al-Bakhshongy on Wednesday, 4 June to sign her latest book Ghoraf Hanin
The complete works of the macabre and quintessentially American poet Edgar Allan Poe are now available in Arabic, giving more readers the chance to be chilled
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