An exclusive excerpt from Mohammed Abdelnabi's latest novel "Almost Every Day," translated from the Arabic by Nada Faris.
An Improvised Attempt to Understand Social Transformations in Amman: “urbane” behavior in a city that is not a city
An exclusive excerpt from the new bilingual Arabic-English book "Waking Up to My Distorted City" by Hisham Bustani and Linda Al Khoury on the "urban" distortion of Amman.
In his new book, Andrew Quilty relates some of the blowback after 9/11 brought about the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan.
In a dystopian world, thanks to AI, people no longer die because they can be upgraded to better and more functional forms.
Novelist Anis Shivani has lived in Houston for more than a decade and sets his upcoming novel amongst its immigrant community.
An excerpt from Inaan Kachachi's novel that laments the scattering of Iraqis across the world as a result of war and political oppression.
In this excerpt from a chapter in his latest novel in French, Abdellah Taïa pays homage to his mother, his favorite heroine.
The Markaz Review presents Libya's Mohammed al-Naas in these exclusive excerpts translated by Rana Asfour.