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.
As a Muslim American and scholar of Islam, Sarah Eltantawi finds the new series from Mo Amer and Ramy Youssef cathartic.
Deborah Kapchan reviews the new book on translation from Anna Aslanyan.
El Habib Louai talks to artist Mo Baala about his latest exhibition of collages and overpaintings at Marrakesh's Galery 127.
A solitary bachelor, seeking success as a writer, wonders what he has to do in contemporary Cairo to get ahead.
You can run from grief and death until you lose your mind, but life is reserved for those who fight for it.
Youssef Rahka introduces us to his Egyptian friend Maged Zaher and his seventh volume of poetry, composed in English.