Katie Logan reviews a graphic novel that blends the real world with the fantastical in a coming of age journey.
Katie Logan has read "The Undesirables" — a graphic novel set in WW II-era Europe and North Africa.
In Rawand Issa's "Inside the Giant Fish," a girl looks for her lost memories on a beach that no longer exists.
Clive Bell reviews the latest graphic novel from Mana Neyestani on the hardships of being a Kurdish porter.
Malu Halasa interviews the Iranian graphic novelist who like Marjane Satrapi has made France his home as a political refugee.
Katie Logan reviews a familiar coming-of-age story elevated by deep thinking about the nature of history, empire and narrative.
Katie Logan reviews the much-anticipated English version of the Egyptian graphic novel, a tour de force.
Rusha Rafeek interviews graphic memoirist Malaka Gharib about her Arab American coming of age story.
Writer-translator Nada Ghosn talks to the illustrator of a new graphic novel recounting one of Tunisia's earliest uprisings, in 1984, presaging the Jasmine Revolution.