What Palestine Has Done for British Theatre

“It’s not a one-way process. I can’t think of a [British] writer who hasn’t been changed by going to one of the places that we tend to go on visits. Whether it’s a political or a stylistic idea or a general feeling of the country, it changes the writers.”

One Girl ‘Against the Tide': A Gazan Story, a Universal Story

Today, organizers will announce the winners of the Etisalat Prize for Arabic Children’s Literature, including in the Young Adult category. Last year, Taghreed Najjar’s “Sitt al-Kol” was on a very strong five-book YA shortlist as she is again, this year, for “Hawk Eye Mystery.” “Sitt al-Kol” has not yet been published in English, although the story certainly would have wide appeal.


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