Iason Athanasiadis reviews the new Ibrahim al-Koni translation of a story that recounts Islam's conquest of North Africa.
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.
London-based journalist Layla Maghribi recalls her family dinners in Libyan, Palestinian and Syrian culinary traditions.
TMR’s guest editor Aomar Boum admires the growing movement of political cartooning in North Africa and the Middle East.
During the long Gaddafi years, Libya produced many exiles, among them the satirical cartoonist and illustrator Hasan “Alsatoor” Dhaimish.
Former Egypt and Turkey-based photographer Claudia Wiens documents street art of the Arab Spring.
BookFabulous' Rana Asfour delivers capsule reviews of three recent North African novels from Libya and Morocco.
Jordan Elgrably finds that the family memoir of a Libyan American is one that we can all identity with.