A Libyan writer from Derna laments the floods that came not long after she devoted a short story collection to her hometown.
Eman Quotah reviews a new anthology of love poems by Arab poets writing in English in the diaspora and in country.
David Rife reviews the latest fiction from the Sudanese British author of more than a dozen literary and noir novels.
The Markaz Review presents Libya's Mohammed al-Naas in these exclusive excerpts translated by Rana Asfour.
Lebanese poet-novelist Abbas Baydoun reflects in an autobiographical mode on the melancholy of language and existence, while contemplating sweets.