Adil Bouhelal reviews the new novel from the author of "Le Nez Juif" with its exploration of Lebanon from 1975 forward.
Saliha Haddad reviews the new translation of a major collection of short stories by the Egyptian author.
Diana Buttu, a Palestinian lawyer in Haifa, reviews the family memoir that evokes nearly a century of Palestinian trauma.
Justin Olivier Salhani reviews a new anthology on football and the Middle East just as the World Cup kicks off in Qatar.
Jordan Elgrably reads a book about white fear and racism and finds that colorism isn't our only problem.
Fouad Mami meditates on a nearly forgotten heroine of Algeria's war for independence, who was memorialzied in an Assia Djebar novel.
Mariam Elnohazy reviews "Media of the Masses," a new book on the history of Egyptian cassette culture.
Deborah Kapchan reviews the new book on translation from Anna Aslanyan.
Ghazi Gheblawi reviews "The Darkness Inside," a literary thriller set in the world of social media and foreign wars.
Aimee Dassa Kligman reviews the latest novel from the exiled author of "The Yacoubian Building."