Zein El-Amine reviews the first collection of "original, irreverent" short stories written in English by Egyptian writer Youssef Rahka.
Cairo-born novelist Leila Aboulela weaves the sad story of two sisters' alienation on the eve of the uprising in Tahrir Square.
One of Iran's contemporary writers shares his thoughts with a friend in the west about the direction the country is going as a result of the Mahsa Amini protests.
Karim Goury revels in the new feature from Swedish Egyptian director Tarik Saleh.
Francisco Letelier reminisces on his soccer identities in Chile and the USA, while delving into the international politics of the game.
Aimee Dassa Kligman reviews the latest novel from the exiled author of "The Yacoubian Building."
Sarah Ben Hamadi reviews a new Tunisian feature film that weighs the successes and failures of the revolution.
Writer-translator Nada Ghosn talks to the illustrator of a new graphic novel recounting one of Tunisia's earliest uprisings, in 1984, presaging the Jasmine Revolution.
TMR’s guest editor Aomar Boum admires the growing movement of political cartooning in North Africa and the Middle East.
Mohamed Kheir’s oneiric novel takes readers on a journey around Egypt after the failed Arab Spring.
Former Egypt and Turkey-based photographer Claudia Wiens documents street art of the Arab Spring.