Lina Mounzer reviews the new book by Anna Lekas Miller that gathers stories of love- and border-challenged couples.
Caught between Beirut and a town in the Californian desert, Buthayna searches for the meaning amid life’s absurdities.
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.
Angélique Crux reviews the award-winning documentary from Lebanese filmmaker Wissam Tanios.
A writer born into both Arabic and Hebrew linguistic traditions finds herself writing in English but longing for Arabic.
More Lebanese live abroad than at home, and the exodus continues. Some have the option to leave, others cannot.
Rosa Maria Branche welcomes Rima Abdul Malak as Macron's choice for the new Minister of Culture.
Observing the Russia-Ukraine conflict, a Lebanese American journalist in London, married to a Syrian refugee, finds the racist double standard on refugees unsettling.
Mehnaz Afridi reviews the new book of short stories by a Pakistani American writer determined to disrupt her readers' expectations.