Kawa Nemir felt he'd been preparing to undertake the translation of James Joyce's masterpiece his whole life...
Matt Broomfield reviews the first anthology of Kurdish science fiction, one that envisions new possibilities for Kurdish self-determination.
Ahmed Twaij, a physician and journalist with experience in Iraq and other war zones, argues Hamas and ISIS cannot be compared.
Nada Ghosn on censored and cancelled voices, many of whom have called for an end to the assault on Gaza.
Joumana Haddad tells the true story of a young Iranian woman in Tehran, albeit vehicled by fiction.
Malu Halasa reviews the latest book on Iranian women photographers by Anahita Ghabaian Etehadieh alongside two new books in a similar vein.
Bavand Karim reviews "The Persian Version," a 2023 American comedy drama film directed and written by Maryam Keshavarz.
War and documentary photographer Maher Attar opens the Art District in Beirut to nurture other artists and beauty.
A Libyan writer from Derna laments the floods that came not long after she devoted a short story collection to her hometown.
UC Irvine scholar and author on the Middle East Mark LeVine warns the Gaza war is biting off more than anyone is bargaining for.