Philip Grant took a look at a vast Los Angeles art exhibition that presents 75 independent Arab and Muslim women artists.
In a dystopian world, thanks to AI, people no longer die because they can be upgraded to better and more functional forms.
Yasmine Motawy interviews the critically-acclaimed Sudanese novelist and short story writer, Leila Aboulela.
Former ambassador Chas Freeman, Jr. argues that we have entered a new era in which players are shifting on the geopolitical chess table.
Novelist R.P. Finch reviews the debut novel of Aisha Abdel Gawad, set in the "Arabland" of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
Malu Halasa talks to the director of a new documentary exposing the cruelty of Iran's Islamic regime.
Pushcart winner Anis Shivani reviews the latest novel by Salman Rushdie, who survived a nightmarish knife attack at Chautauqua last summer.