Adil Bouhelal reviews the new novel from the author of "Le Nez Juif" with its exploration of Lebanon from 1975 forward.
For her 12th TMR music column, Melissa Chemam talks to eclectic electronica DJ/composer Hadi Zeidan.
The Slovak-Palestinian writer khulud khamis (sic) of Haifa appreciates the spiralling storytelling of her compeer, Akram Musallam of Ramallah.
Paraska Tolan-Szkilnik describes the journey of the queer French couple across Mauritania that will be the basis for a new graphic novel.
Wajdi Mouawad has shaken Western theatre out of its rigid rules, bringing a dream-infused approach, odes to childhood's energy and a sense of adventure, rooted in his Lebanese culture and fascination for great Greek tragedies.