Mischa Geracoulis reviews the new book from Dina Nayeri on refugees and asylum seekers who must be believed to get through the system.
As a Muslim American and scholar of Islam, Sarah Eltantawi finds the new series from Mo Amer and Ramy Youssef cathartic.
Egyptian writer Ahmed Awny divigates between fiction and reality in this decentering short story.
Rana Asfour reviews the third novel from Dutch Iraqi writer Rodaan Al Galidi.
TMR's editor reflects on the experience of seeking home and refuge.
On the occasion of the paperback publication of Layla AlAmmar's novel Silence is a Sense, TMR presents this excerpt selected by the author.
In which our columnist flies up to Thessaloniki and visits the Diavata camp for refugees seeking European asylum — no one is illegal, everyone merits a better life.