A wayward daughter leaves Boston to spend a summer back home in Cairo, where she observes the decline of her once prominent family.
Nora Lester Murad reviews a "far-fetched" story of a marriage between a Palestinian Muslim and an American Jew.
Saliha Haddad reviews the third novel in English translation by Egyptian writer Hamdi Abu Golayyel.
Jordan Elgrably reviews the recent feature film from directors Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf.
Former prisoner and Egyptian writer in exile Ahmed Naji contemplates what it means to be a "brown writer" in exile in America.
Hadani Ditmars reviews Janine di Giovanni's ambitious new travelogue on beleaguered Christian communities in Iraq, Gaza, Syria, and Egypt.
Nevine Abraham Growing up in Shoubra, one of the most populated Christian suburbs of Cairo, I met all my Muslim friends at a French Catholic school, which they and… Continue reading The Complexity of Belonging: Reflections of a Female Copt
TMR’s guest editor Aomar Boum admires the growing movement of political cartooning in North Africa and the Middle East.
The Lebanese cartoonist and BD historian George “Jad” Khoury gives an in-depth overview of contemporary comix across the Arab world.