Diana Buttu, a Palestinian lawyer in Haifa, reviews the family memoir that evokes nearly a century of Palestinian trauma.
For her 12th TMR music column, Melissa Chemam talks to eclectic electronica DJ/composer Hadi Zeidan.
Film curator and scholar Irit Neidhardt searches for clues to the Berlin disappearance of gramophone tycoon Michel Baida.
Rana Asfour reviews Mai Al-Nakib's debut novel, in which the protagonist always thought she would leave her country.
More Lebanese live abroad than at home, and the exodus continues. Some have the option to leave, others cannot.
Nora Lester Murad reviews a "far-fetched" story of a marriage between a Palestinian Muslim and an American Jew.
For April's column, music critic Melissa Chemam looks longingly at the legend of Lebanon's diva.
Lebanese poet-novelist Abbas Baydoun reflects in an autobiographical mode on the melancholy of language and existence, while contemplating sweets.
Rana Asfour provides an intimate look at two new Arab novels in translation, from Lebanese and Syrian authors.