In her memoir in verse, a poet recounts a day in the life at the cemetery, and a day in the life at the airport.
The other 9/11: Francisco Letelier on Ariel Dorfman's latest novel in the context of his family's history in Chile and his father's assassination.
A woman's sexual ruminations kindles memories of her conservative upbringing in Iran and a longing for the liberating poetry of Forugh Farrokhzad.
In Ahmed Isselmou's short story, a Mauritanian man struggles to maintain his resilience and perseverance in the face of ongoing misfortunes.
Karoline Kamel captures the enchantment of Egypt's flea markets where a nostalgic encounter with a Barbie doll fulfilled a childhood longing.
In this short story translated from Kurdish for the first time, a young man discovers that his discomfort was suppressing his true feelings.