Our literary editor, Malu Halasa, introduces TMR 38 • LSD, our Love, Sex and Desire issue, published ahead of the 14th of February.
In LSD's centerpiece, Joumana Haddad argues that with a dire need for political and economic reforms in most Arab countries, a sexual revolution should come first and foremost.
For Palestinian artist Rana Samara, intimacy is not just about love and sex, but is a mixture of connection, comfort and feeling at home.
When Mehreen and Asma compare notes, they realize they are still not unfettered lovers.
Six women artists and curator Nadine Khalil explore women's bodies in a Dubai exhibition, in an interview by Naima Morelli.
Mohammad Rabie lifts the lid on the makings of the popular Arab podcast "Bath ya Hashem," hosted and produced by Sara Eldayekh and Hashem.
Sean Casey on a rather unusual and remarkable debut from Arthur Kayzakian that melds poetry, prose and correspondence.
Lina Mounzer reviews the new book by Anna Lekas Miller that gathers stories of love- and border-challenged couples.