Eman Quotah reviews a new anthology of love poems by Arab poets writing in English in the diaspora and in country.
Exile retold through embroidered Palestinian stories, by documentary photographer and visual storyteller Rasha Al Jundi.
Caught between Beirut and a town in the Californian desert, Buthayna searches for the meaning amid life’s absurdities.
Anis Shivani finds that Siddhartha Deb's "outright denial of human agency sets him apart from even the most dire modernists."
Deborah Kapchan's introspection on belonging and faith on attending the first officially recognized Jewish wedding in the United Arab Emirates.
Nora Ounnas Leroy reviews the Palestine collection in MO.CO's "Museums in Exile" exhibition, in Montpellier through Feb. 5, 2023.
Jordan Elgrably reads a book about white fear and racism and finds that colorism isn't our only problem.
Writer and film executive Bavand Karim meditates on Iranian American identity and an alternative vision for self-realization in the context of the ethno-futurist movement.
In this excerpt from the Amazigh-Moroccan novel "Cactus Girls" by Karima Ahdad, a fierce small-town girl from the Rif named Sonya remembers what it was like growing up under the spell of heroic women. Like the cactus of the title, Ahdad’s women are survivors in a barren landscape, one filled…